Mobile technology is proposed as one way to address these challenges this article comprehensively summarizes and critically reviews the available literature on mobile technology used in undergraduate clinical nursing education. Literature review aims the aims of this literature review are to 1) explore the literature written on the use of mobile technology in nursing education 2) methodically discuss the benefits and concerns involved in using mobile technology in nursing education and 3) consider strategies for enhancing the use of mobile technology in nursing. With respect to the research on the use of mobile technology in education, hwang and tsai (2011) provided a broad discussion of studies on mobile and ubiquitous learning published in six journals between 2001 and 2010 in their review of 154 articles, they discovered that the use of mobile and ubiquitous learning accelerated markedly during. The purpose of this study is to identify the benefits that mobile technology can provide in education from a review of the literature and interviews with individuals in the field of education, we developed an activitybased model to associate the uses of mobile technology with their benefits.
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Literature reveals six broad theory-based literature review in mobile technologies and learning technology in education mobile technologies are becoming more. Technology plays a large role in many aspects of day-to-day life, and education is no different technology is rapidly changing the way students learn and how instructors teach computers have replaced chalkboards as the go-to tool in classrooms today. Introduction information and communication technology is a principal driver in our information society  of which the immediate consequences for educational practice can be observed [.
The empirical study addresses an important aspect of the use of mobile technology in education - the significance of the sociocultural background in the processes around adoption and use of mobile technology in learning. Mobile technology in education with its vast development in the past decade, mobile technology is playing an inevitable role in this 21st century whether it is in the areas of technology development, business and economy, mass media etc, what mobile technology can bring to people is certainly holding an escalating significance. Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education. The aims of this literature review are to 1) explore the literature written on the use of mobile technology in nursing education, 2) methodically discuss the benefits and concerns involved in using mobile technology in nursing education, and 3) consider strategies for enhancing the use of mobile technology in nursing education. Teaching and learning with mobile technology: a qualitative explorative study about the introduction of tablet devices in secondary education an update literature.
Mobile devices as teaching tools are becoming a more and more common part of the american education experience in classrooms, from preschool through graduate school. Mobile technology in education with its vast development in the past decade, mobile technology is playing an inevitable role in this 21st century - mobile technology in education - literature review essay introduction whether it is in the areas of technology development, business and economy, mass media etc , what mobile technology can bring. It is clear from the literature reviewed that technological determinism can sometimes be responsible for the adoption of mobile technology in education and that mobile devices have other associations beyond learning. Impact of mobile technology in education literature review the internet was the first volley in route a generation discovered students no longer needed to trudge to the library to analyze a topic.
Technology is everywhere in education: public schools in the united states now provide at least one computer for every five students they spend more than $3 billion per year on digital content. The literature tells us that, in general, modern technology-aided learning is found in three stages ranging from conventional e-learning to m-learning to context-aware u-learning (liu & hwang, 2010. Of mobile technology described in the nursing education literature examined is generally similar to jarvenpaa's and lang's (2005) description of handheld platforms that incorporate hardware.
Mobile phone technology in english teaching: causes & concerns by naveen k mehta literature review gilgen (2004) has demonstrated the possibilities of developing mobile labs for schools. After the introduction, the article engages with the literature that discusses how mobile technology can address the problems of access confronting the educational sector as well as mobile technology's role in relation to new learning. Topics in education technology—you'll find a collection of industry reports, in-depth case studies, and teacher-vetted apps and mobile technologies to help you and your schools understand what it takes to leverage mobile technology effectively. Educational technology is the study and ethical practice of facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and resources.
Although all of the studies focused on some type of mobile technology, the lack of any clear definition of what mobile technology is and where its boundaries lie in clinical nursing education is a. Ccirdt and nicsn 2 literature review: prepared by ruth grossman impact of technology change on issue areas relevant to connectivity in remote and indigenous communities. Literature review aims the aims of this literature review are to 1) explore the literature written on the use of mobile technology in nursing education 2) methodically discuss the benefits and.