Mobile Learning – Engineering Education Community

Learning that is enabled across locations and takes advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies.

Grace Hopper Poster BPC-DP: CARE - Computer and Robotics Education for African American Students

Mobile or M-Learning can be used in formal class or lab exercises or in informal or semi-structured settings. Today there are a wide range of portable devices, software and pedagogies for use in mobile learning.

Design thinking highlights skills often associated with good designers, namely the ability to: tolerate ambiguity that shows up in viewing design as inquiry or as an iterative loop of divergent-convergent thinking; maintain sight of the big picture by including systems thinking and systems design; handle uncertainty; make decisions; think as part of a team in a social process; and think and communicate in the several languages of design.

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Associate Editor(s): Kimiko Ryokai, School of Information, University of California at Berkeley
Tracy Camp, Colorado School of Mines
Lucinda Sanders, University of Colorado at Boulder
Cheryl Seals, Auburn University
Michael Smith, France Telecom
Teresa Dahlberg, UNC Charlotte
Janice Cuny, National Science Foundation
Amy Sharma, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow, National Science Foundation