Andrews, Trish and Smyth, Robyn and Tynan, Belinda and Berriman, Andrew and Vale, Deborah and Caladine, Richard (2011) Mobile technologies and rich media: expanding tertiary education opportunities in developing countries. In: Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad and El-Masry, Ahmed Ahmed A., (eds.) Mobile information communication technologies adoption in developing countries: effects and implications. Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, PA., United States, pp. 103-116. ISBN 978-1-61692-818-6
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Identification Number or DOI: doi: 10.4018/978-1-61692-818-6.ch008
This chapter focuses on the emerging possibilities and issues arising from the rapid adoption of mobile technologies for learning in tertiary and higher education contexts in developing countries. In particular, it explores the implications for developing nations of the rapid proliferation of mobile devices. Many opportunities are forecast along with some lessons learned from an Australian investigation into the use of rich media technologies in higher education.
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