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Mobile Internet Usability: What Can 'Mobile Learning' Learn from the Past?

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Mobile Internet Usability: What Can 'Mobile Learning' Learn from the Past?
‘Mobile Learning’ is a type of application/service that generally presumes to use mobile Internet technology for learning purposes. This paper focuses on discussing basic usability principles from Mobile Internet technologies in general. It is argued that part of the success of ‘Mobile Learning’ will depend on the extent to which current k nowledge about best practice in usability are heeded.
Maria Uther
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Year 2002
Where WMTE
Authors Maria Uther
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