Portable Tech Use Seen as Top Priority in Higher Ed.
Mobile learning is gaining momentum in higher education at a much faster pace than in K-12, making it a sort of laboratory for best practices.
At Abilene Christian University in Texas, students are using iPhones and iPod touches to take quizzes and look up information during class, and representatives from the university are working with nearby school districts to launch mobile-learning initiatives.
At Seton Hall University in New Jersey, students use Nokia smartphones to create content for classes and collaborate with their peers.
Meanwhile, at Central Michigan University, students in the teacher education program are using iPod touches and iPhones to take part in class surveys and listen to podcast...
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