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MLearning Framework for Multiple Plaforms
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Jaspreet Kaur, Saurabh Rawal, Arpeet Kale, Komal Bafna
Android, MLearning, Framework, Cognifront
MLearning can be thought of as delivering eLearning on small form factor devices and it has the potential to do much more than deliv-er courses, or part of courses. It includes the use of mobile/handheld devices to deliver Education. MLearning Framework basically focuses on providing an environment that will help develop MLearning applications for the learners. The architecture of MLearning framework encompasses of system specifications and an actual working application based on Android 2.2(Froyo) and Android 2.3(Gingerbread) platforms. The MLearning framework will also import engineering learning content. The framework will also provide SD-card based MLearning. It will include Animated/Multimedia/2D/3D content. The framework will include Cognitive Science Research Implementations carried out by the prodigies in the field of education
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