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Since mobile phones and their developments are spreading rapidly and becoming efficient tools for self-management.
They are everywhere.
Therefore, mobile learning is emerging as a potential learning environment at the University of Zululand.
This research is based on assessing the impact of mobile phones on students’ learning at the university referred to above with special focus on undergraduate and post-graduate students.
They carry them (mobile phones) the whole-day.
With the spread of and growth in the use of these gadgets, and their popularity, they are being used to support the learning environment for the benefit of students on campus.
Not much existing research is available on how the mobile phones can best suit the learning environment, nor can these be integrated with traditional learning approaches.
Therefore, this book shows how mobile phones have a positive impact on students’ learning at the University of Zululand.
The median test / Wilcoxon’s signed test rank, chi-square test (x2), and the binomial test were tied to the objectives of this work.
Mr Sello Mokoena works as a Centre Assistant in the Cooperative Education division of the University of Zululand.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) and a Master of Commerce degrees obtained from the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Law’s Business Management at University of Zululand.
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