In the last decade, mobile learning has taken an exponential rise in both the scholarly and practitioner community in the United Kingdom (UK). This rise has stemmed from the development of new mobile technologies with unique affordances that offers opportunities to extend pedagogical boundaries. This short paper provides experts perceptions on the mobile learning movement across the UK. The paper beings with a look back in recent history from the first mLearn conference in Birmingham in 2002, then the second part of the paper offers a brief look into the future of mobile learning.
Original Publication Citation
Traxler, J., & Crompton, H. (2015). Mobile learning in the UK today: Successes, failures, future. Glokalde, 1(2), 12-17.
Traxler, John and Crompton, Helen, "Mobile Learning in the UK today: Successes, Failures, Future" (2015). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 30.