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Mobile learning by Mind Map: Mobile learning

1. Difficulties of adoption for teaching

1.1. Not associated with teaching of some subjects or disciplines

1.2. Lack of knowledge and skills

1.3. Techical support

1.4. Teacher attitudes and beliefs

1.5. Lack of commitment by leadership

2. Survey

2.1. Device

2.1.1. Computer

2.1.1.1. Desktop

2.1.1.2. Laptop

2.1.1.3. Netbook

2.1.2. Phone

2.1.2.1. Standard mobile

2.1.2.2. Smartphone

2.1.3. Tablet

2.1.4. E-book reader

2.1.5. MP3 Player

2.2. Student status

2.2.1. First-year

2.2.2. On campus

2.2.3. Online

2.2.4. Undergraduate

2.2.5. Postgraduate

2.2.6. Domestic

2.2.7. International

2.3. Participants

2.3.1. Employement

2.3.1.1. Employed

2.3.1.2. Unemployed

2.3.2. Gender

2.3.2.1. Male

2.3.2.2. Female

2.4. Operating System

2.4.1. Apple iOS

2.4.2. Google Android

2.4.3. Microsoft Windows

3. Activities with technologies in a course

3.1. Discussion forums

3.2. Podcasts

3.3. Self-making quizzes

3.4. Instant messaging

3.5. Pre-recorded lectures

3.6. Blogs

3.7. Wikis

4. Studies

4.1. Nursing

4.2. Computer science

4.3. Literature

4.4. Biology

4.5. Philosophy

4.6. History

4.7. Political science

4.8. Law

5. Tips

5.1. Apps

5.1.1. Moodle Touch (for Moodle)

5.1.2. Youtube

5.1.3. Vimeo

5.2. File sharing

5.2.1. Google drive

5.2.2. Dropbox

5.3. Facebook groups

5.3.1. Communication

5.3.1.1. Free

5.3.1.2. Instant messaging

5.3.1.3. Group chats

5.3.2. Private

5.3.2.1. Easy to manage

5.3.2.2. No spam

5.3.3. Easy access

5.3.3.1. User friendly

6. Reference

6.1. Journal of Interactive Media in Education