Betty Eliya Rokhmah


Long-life learning is a learning process that can be conducted either formally nor informally. The further developments of information and technology will maximize it’s process, one of those developments is mobile learning. Mobile learning will make it easier for its users to conduct anywhere, anytime, throughout their live. This article is intended to give some picture on how mobile learning practice is conducted formally as well as informally.

Teks Lengkap:

45-56 (English)


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