mLearning, the First Step in Learning Process Revolution

Miguel Conde González


The learning process is subject to continuous changes due to the changing needs of users. These changes are most often accompanied by new technologies which are constantly appearing in our modern computerized society. The Internet has allowed the optimization of the learning process through supported learning platforms, in addition to this, the dissemination of mobile devices such as P.D.A.´s allows for a new stage in this process, mLearning. This is based on the ability of the user to access their course information at any time and place without the restriction of needing to have a computer in their possession, this along with other characteristics will determine the direction of ubiquitous learning.


eLearning; mLearning; uLearning; learning; training; mobile device; learning platform; specification; contents

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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