There are a few definitions of “mobile learning” in the scientific literature based on either technological characteristics or didactic opportunities of the given devices.
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Charter Oak State College (COSC), named for Connecticut’s famous Charter Oak tree, is a nontraditional public liberal arts college headquartered in New Britain, Connecticut. Sixty-nine percent of COSC’s students are Connecticut residents, although there is no residency requirement. COSC was founded in 1973 by the Connecticut Legislature as a distance learning college for assisting adult […]
Overview Union Institute & University (UI&U) is a private non-profit institution specializing in limited residence and distance learning programs for non-traditional college students. Their mission and vision statement reads: “Union Institute & University empowers adults to acquire, apply, and create knowledge through interdisciplinary, flexible, and collaborative programs focusing on social relevance, personal enrichment, and […]
The University of Arizona (UA or U of A) is a land-grant and space-grant public institution of higher education and research located about one mile northeast of downtown Tucson, Arizona. The UA offers 334 fields of study leading to bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional degrees. The university maintains a complete list of colleges and schools […]