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Mauritius: Usability, pedagogy and technology, a balanced triad PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 03 July 2007

The availability of advanced mobile technologies, such as high bandwidth infrastructure, wireless and hand-held devices, has started to extend e-learning towards mobile learning (m-learning). Successful interaction in the mediated educational transaction is highly dependent upon how confortable the learner feels in working with the delivery medium.

As technology increasingly becomes the communication medium between learner-teacher, learner-learner, and learner-content, the design of these mediating technologies becomes correspondingly important. The inability to achieve learner-interface interaction successfully can be a significant problem for those comfortable with technology but as yet unfamiliar with the specific communication protocols.

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