MOBILE TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AS A RESULT OF A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PROJECT – “CAROL I” NATIONAL DEFENCE UNIVERSITY CASE STUDY

Ion ROCEANU, Dragos BARBIERU

Abstract


Mobile communications technology is considered one of the most important areas of the new concept society based on knowledge. By using mobile devices, people have broken time and space communication borders.

M-learning has represented a huge field of interest in the last 10 years. The researchers' and developers' efforts are especially oriented towards M-learning applicability in formal education as a complementary solution of the methods and forms of organizing learning and developing communication capabilities in groups. Mobile devices allow people to be less dependent upon location in order to be involved in an economic or social activity.

The purpose of this article is to share information about the main results of one of the projects developed by “CAROL I” National Defence University in domain of mobile technology: mLMS and mKMS.


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