Mobile Learning in Low Resource Countries

Mobile Learning in Low Resource Countries 2018-04-09T22:52:51+00:00

Mobile Learning in Low Resource Countries:

Literacy Learning and Technology: Since the advent of e-readers and the proliferation of smart phones, many programs have disseminated literary and informational text collections in developing countries through electronic means. Although there is surely logic in using e-technology to support literacy training and higher level teaching, little definitive in-depth research concerning the long-term success of these efforts has been undertaken.  IBB has sponsored an extended report, Mobile Learning in Low Resource Countries, on the results of many of the efforts to date.  The report, with a great many linked references, is available herein.  Please contribute your comments and any additional resources to the dialogue about how best to incorporate e-technology to support learning in developing countries.  We will post links to your recommended items and can include a brief annotation, if you should choose to offer one. Our aim is to help steer such projects in the most effective directions.

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  1. David Robson April 12, 2018 at 10:09 am - Reply

    I just downloaded the report and am surprised at how thorough it appears. 12 pages summarizing activity in the field and 4 pages of reverences/links. I’ll add another comment after reading it all.

    • Vic Korenman April 12, 2018 at 5:25 pm - Reply

      Look forward to your next comment..

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