Our aim was to explore the influence of mobile learning on students’ acquisition of conceptual knowledge of business communication, as well as on the development of their communication skills. We compared the performance of three groups of students according to the pedagogical approach that we used with them: a mobile learning group, a conventional group, and a control group. Our findings suggest that a mobile learning intervention leads to an improvement in student performance in a formal assessment and that it will also have a positive impact on learning outcomes.
- Mobile learning
- Business communication instruction
- Problem-based learning
Nickerson, C., Rapanta, C., & Priscilla Goby, V. (2017). Mobile or not? Assessing the instructional value of mobile learning. Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 80(2), 1-17 . https://doi.org/10.1177/2329490616663707