ATTITUDE TOWARDS MOBILE LEARNING AMONG UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGE STUDENT’S IN CHENNAI CITY

Dr. M. Jagadeeswari

Abstract


M-learning is convenient therein it's accessible from nearly anyplace. Sharing is nearly fast among everybody victimization constant content, that results in the reception of instant feedback and tips. This extremely active method has evidenced to extend test scores from the fiftieth to the seventieth grade, and cut the dropout rate in technical fields by twenty two percent M-learning additionally brings sturdy solvability by substitution books and notes with little devices, full of tailored learning contents. The principle of learning students' attitudes towards the mobile phone learning setting stemmed from the fast innovative age, particularly within the field of Telecommunication.

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