Electrical and Computer Engineering Publications

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Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences



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doi: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.01.463

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Mobile learning is newest learning platform and based on the rapid rate of proliferation of mobile technology throughout the world is expected to grow at a rapid rate. However, the adoption of m-Learning is proceeding at a cautious rate. This mismatch in the rate of growth of the technology itself and the use of the technology in learning is a subject of extensive interest to researchers. However, research in the area has been mostly focused on understanding the success factors of the platform from learners’ perspective. In this research, we have conducted an extensive analysis of the extent to which various factors are considered to impact the success of mobile learning from the perspective of instructors. This is because instructors not only are one of the core users of the platform they also hold a great deal of influence in promoting the platform usage among learners. The results of the research were not found to be statistically significant showing that greater population size is required to assess various hypotheses.