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Mobile Library Services: MOBIL-ize Your Library

This subject guide is intended to help you get started mobilizing you library instruction and library services

Collections

Many library subject and interdisciplinary databases and individual journal title have a mobile app.

 

 EbscoHost databases                      

 

  

Mobile learning in Education

Offering mobile learning material

This is the most easy way of mobile learning. You can offer texts, videos or audios. It’s possible to do this whenever you want. Participants are able to prepare homework by watching a video that the teacher has put online. This way of mobile learning is relatively less interactive. It’s more about individual consuming. There is no interaction with teachers or other students, which makes it an asynchronous way of learning.

Interaction during lessons

If you do want to have some more interaction, you can use mobile devices during your lessons. An example of this is asking questions during your instruction. Teachers ask questions and the pupils will answer them on their mobile devices. Teachers are able to get immediate feedback. This is especially easy for teaching large groups.

Synchronous learning

Immediate feedback from your teacher or fellow students? This is possible with synchronous learning. You are able to get direct feedback while you’re at home. Teachers can interact with their students during their lectures.