Mobile e-learning systems

Liliya Andreicheva, Rustam Latypov


Education is a key element in the life of every person. In the recent years we have seen strong growth and development of information technologies, and as a consequence - informatization process in all areas of society. Particular attention is now being paid to mobile technologies, based on the analysis of the market it has been revealed that tablets and smartphones are one of the most promising areas of development in the near future. The paper presents an approach to design of the e-learning systems in terms of diversity of implementation on the side of the client/end user (mobile application, web application and a classic application for PC). To improve the performance of teachers and students the implementation of special units is suggested, such as the module of the analytical statistics for teachers, the module of additional advanced checking of home work and feedback module.


e-learning; e-learning systems; tablets; education; mobile applications; mobile technologies

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DOI: 10.7250/eunis.2013.043


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