Simulator reference for gadgets

O. V. Khriptulova, Huan Carlos Martin Rodrigez

Abstract


Mobile learning is the use of any mobile or wireless device for learning on the move. It is any service or facility that supplies a learner with general electronic information and educational content that aids their acquisition of knowledge, regardless of location and time. Mobile learning systems should be capable of delivering educational content to learners anytime and anywhere they need it. Mobile learning, as a novel educational approach, encourages flexibility; students do not need to be a specific age, gender, or member of a specific group or geography, to participate in learning opportunities. Restrictions of time, space and place have been lifted

Keywords


Mobile technologies; platform; mobile operating system; applications

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