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An Exploration of Student Experiences with Social Media and Mobile Technologies During Emergency Transition to Remote Education
PROCEEDINGS

World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning,

Abstract

Firstly, the significant, multifaceted role social media play during distance education in keeping students engaged; secondly, students’ positive experiences with using mobile computing devices to support their learning under lockdown; and thirdly, the frustrations from learning at a distance with mobile technologies. The research findings can empirically inform the design of engaging, inclusive, and inviting mobile learning environments towards improving the experiences of the mobile learner in an everchanging world.

Citation

Piki, A. (2020). An Exploration of Student Experiences with Social Media and Mobile Technologies During Emergency Transition to Remote Education. In Proceedings of World Conference on Mobile, Blended and Seamless Learning (pp. 10-17). Retrieved July 29, 2021 from .