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Mobile learning in a global context: a training analysis

By Alan Murphy


Interest in delivering training, especially via innovative methods (m-learning), has received increasing attention over the past decade [12]. While many believe that there is a global market for m-learning programmes (especially using English), very few have much experience outside of their home market. Although there is considerable work on cross cultural aspects [9], there are few studies that consider how different cultural groups perceive training

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Publisher: IEEE
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