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Abstract

Abstract

Digital learning occurs through communication where learners and teachers exchange information and share knowledge. From the pedagogy point of view, the most important characteristic of the information exchange is the human aspect; a factor that e-learning scholars conceive in regard to usability and accessibility of e-learning technology (Michelinakis, 2004). Evaluation tools are needed to promote and rise quality of artefacts and smooth-en the information exchange ways when learning takes place. There are no rigorous evaluation frameworks for mobile e-learning platforms (Georgieva, 2006). In this study we envision Media Synchronicity Theory (MST) as a potential framework for evaluating mobile learning artifacts i.e., mobile devices and learning content management systems.

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2013-10-01
2019-09-20
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