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Brown Tom H. (2008). « M-Learning in Africa : Doing the Unthinkable and Reaching the Unreachable ». In Voogt Joke & Knezek Gerald (dir.). International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education. Vol. 20. Springer US. 861–871 
Added by: Rémi Thibert (29 Oct 2012 15:31:18 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Book Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-0-387-73315-9
BibTeX citation key: Brown2008
Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie, TICE
Creators: Brown, Knezek, Voogt
Publisher: Springer {US}
Collection: International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education
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URLs     http://www.springe ... 3j7r7161/abstract/
Mobile learning (m-learning) has started to play a vital role in Africa. It should be noted that m-learning has brought e-learning to the rural communities of Africa – to learners who we never imagined as e-learning learners only a few years ago. M-learning is the gateway to e-learning for most learners in Africa as the rapidly growing wireless infrastructure increasingly fulfils their access needs. Africa is actually leap-frogging from an unwired, nonexistent e-learning infrastructure to a wireless e-learning infrastructure. The statistics in this regard are already significant proof of this process. This chapter provides examples of m-learning projects in rural Africa and the successful use of basic technologies (basic and cheap mobile phones that can only do {SMS} and voice communication) to enhance learning and learning support.
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