Using Mobile Technology for Learner Support in Open Schooling: Project report for: Commonwealth of Learning
This report summarises the findings of a preliminary research study on the use of mobile technology for learner support in open schooling in developing countries and comprises of the following sections: 1. Introduction 2. Background 3. Methodology and process 4. Findings 5. Things to consider when opting to use Mobile Technologies for Learner Support.
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