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The experiences of teacher candidates in developing instructional multimedia materials in project based learning (Özdamlı, Fezile,)
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The experiences of teacher candidates in developing instructional multimedia materials in project based learning
Özdamlı, Fezile, Search Author in Amazon Books

Elsevier Science Ltd,
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    - Mobile learning (m-learning) as a kind of learning model allowing learners to obtain learning materials anywhere and anytime using mobile technologies and the Internet. It is necessary that the elements of mobile learning are organized correctly and the interactions between the various elements are combined in an efficient and optimum way so that the mobile learning is successful and the implementation is efficient. In addition, the characteristics of mobile learning should be organized, and the way they are applied to mobile learning activities and the application methods and the duration of the application time should be planned well in advance. Consequently, a deeper insight into theory-based research is required to better understand the underlying motivations that lead academics to adopting mobile learning elements and characteristics. These reasons have motivated authors to carry out this study. Learner, teacher, environment, content and assesstment are basic elements of the complete mobile learning. The core characteristics of mobile learning are ubiquitous, portable size of mobile tools, blended, private, interactive, collaborative, and instant information. They enable learners to be in the right place at the right time, that is, to be where they are able to experience the authentic joy of learning. The aim of this study is to describe the basic elements and characteristic of mobile learning according to new trends in developing technology. The paper might be useful for anyone interested in designing, preparing and implementing a mobile learning. (C) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.
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