Abstract: Look around and you see people using their phones while walking, eating, even driving. There is a strong affinity for mobile. As of May 2013, 56% of American adults have a smartphone. Of those, 29% of cell owners describe their cell phone as “something they can’t imagine living without." How cool would it be if we could design learning “anywhere” “anytime” using something that many take with them all the time?
A panel of experts from Boise State University shared their recent Delphi study and presented the research categories and statements considered important by the consensus of a panel of international experts on mobile learning. They discussed each category by giving examples of related studies. The event was sponsored by The Association for the Educational Communications and Technology - Hawaii Chapter.
Suggested Citation: Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching, and Chareen Snelson. "Boise State University Delphi Study on Mobile Learning (Research Priority of Mobile Learning in Five Years)" Association for the Educational Communications and Technology - Hawaii Chapter. University of Hawaii at Manoa (Virtual Conference). Sep. 2013.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/chareen_snelson/45