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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Mobile learning (M-learning) has demonstrated the potential to enrich learning experiences in higher  level education. The effectiveness of the mobile learning is brought about by the learning materials that can be shared across Institutional information systems and allow learners to continue learning when they are away from classrooms. However most of the available information systems can not provide effective learning materials in m-learning environment due technological, pedagogical and financial challenges posed in mobile devices. With the advancement of mobile computing, semantic webs and reusable  learning objects (RLO), many opportunities exist to integrate the learning information systems to deploy  effective m-learning materials. The paper discusses the compilation of effective m-learning materials through RLO and presents the possibilities and challenges of developing information systems for  deployment of effective learning materials in m-learning.

Keywords :

: Mobile Learning, Reusable Learning Objects, Learning Materials

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