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Handbook of Mobile Teaching and Learning

  • Yu (Aimee) Zhang
  • Considers modern mobile technology use in higher education from Australia, China, India & the US

  • Provides valuable guidelines for future projects in mobile teaching and learning

  • Supports mobile educators and developers with case studies and in-depth background information

Reference work

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxiv
  2. Design of Mobile Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Jason Haag, Peter Berking
      Pages 41-60
    3. Oscar R. Boude Figueredo, Jairo A. Jimenez Villamizar
      Pages 75-89
    4. Kshama Pandey, Neetu Singh
      Pages 107-132
    5. Teresa Cardoso, Renato Abreu
      Pages 133-148
    6. Bibhya Sharma, Anjeela Jokhan, Raneel Kumar, Rona Finiasi, Sanjeet Chand, Varunesh Rao
      Pages 199-220
  3. Development of Mobile Application for Higher Education

About this book


Mobile technologies have been used in higher education for many years. They provide good solutions for teaching and learning and make learning available anywhere and anytime. This book includes six sections: design, development, adoption, collaboration, evaluation and future of mobile teaching and learning technology in higher education. It includes different projects and practices in higher education across different countries. The book provides in-depth background information and cases studies in high technology teaching and learning and future expectations for new technology in higher education. The variety of projects and programs running in different country helps boost innovation and discussion in future projects and practices. It also provide guidelines for future design and development of mobile applications for higher education.


Future technologies Higher Education Mobile learning Mobile teaching Mobile technology

Editors and affiliations

  • Yu (Aimee) Zhang
    • 1
  1. 1.WEMOSOFTWollongongAustralia

About the editors

Yu (Aimee) Zhang’s innovative teaching methods using mobile technology have received many awards and grants from the university and faculty. Her work experience in the telecommunication industry as a remote educational system designer, developer, project manager and quality assurance manager in different companies also contributed to the cross-discipline innovations. Passionate in both teaching and mobile technology, she designed and developed the mobile application "Tutors in Pockets" for economics studies for both IOS and Android mobile devices.

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