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A Mobile Design Framework for Continuous Mobile Learning Environment in Higher Education
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Mr. Paduri Veerabhadram, Prof. M.De.Beer,Dr.Pieter Conradie 
mobile learning, conceptual framework, social networks, Continuous learning.
This paper proposes a conceptual framework for mobile learning applications, that provides systematic support for the design of a mobile continuous learning system. It is based on a combination of the theory of continuous learning, mediated by technology,
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