m-Learning China Sources

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1. Mobile learning: the big picture

2. Chinese Students

3. Mobile Hardware Vendors

3.1. John Morovec's Blog

3.2. Desmond Keegan from Ericsson

3.3. $35 Tablet India

4. Mobile Software Vendors

4.1. m-learning.org

4.2. Mobile Study

5. Academic Peer Review

5.1. A SWOT Analysis of m-Learning Diffussion in China and Taiwan

5.2. OECD China Tertiary Review

5.3. Mobile Learning in Developing Nations. Motlik (2008)

5.4. New node

6. m-Learning China in the News

6.1. UK and China sign e-learning deal

6.2. Mobile learning with cell phones and pocket PCs.

6.3. Understanding learners' perspectives on m-learning: results from a survey

7. m-Learning International

7.1. Dr Steve Yuen

7.2. World Bank -What do we know about mobile phones in education?

7.3. Learning Unplugged

7.4. 10 Mobile Facts

7.5. Mobile Learning for Expanding Educational Activities

7.6. Blogs

7.6.1. moblearn - Blog

7.6.2. Mobile Learning - Blog

7.6.3. Liz Kolb - Using Student Technology

7.7. Journal Articles

7.7.1. Lit review Naismith et al (2004)

7.7.2. eJournal eLDI Asia

7.7.3. Horizon Report 2010

7.8. Books

7.8.1. Mohammed Ally - Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training

7.9. where m-learning sits

7.10. Examples

7.10.1. iEngage

7.10.2. EUSD iRead

7.10.3. ipad for med students US

7.11. Video

7.11.1. Mobile use in Africa

8. e-Learning China (not specifically m-learning)

8.1. e-Learning Initiatives in China

8.2. eChina-Uk Project

8.3. A cultural analysis of e-Learning for China

9. m-Learning NZ

9.1. Ako Aotearoa - m-Learning Community

9.2. TVNZ News 26/07/10

9.3. Orakei Primary

9.4. Toni Twiss - edcautor with strengths in mlearning - blog

9.5. Toni Twiss - research - How can mobile phones be integrated into authentic classroom

9.6. NZ Student documentary - MLearning

9.7. projectmobilise Youtube Channel

9.7.1. Auckaland Museum

9.7.1.1. Nathan Kerr - m-Learning

9.7.1.1.1. Dr Noeline Wright

9.7.2. Interview Dr Noeline Wright

9.8. mLearnopedia NZ blog : Judy Brown

9.9. mLearning Workshops

9.10. tom cochrane