Pages: pp. 1-3
This issue focuses on another important group of learning technologies: mobile learning technologies. A dramatic increase in the volume of various mobile devices and their computational power over the last few years has turned them into a popular learning platform. This emerging platform differs from traditional desktop-based learning in many aspects and has encouraged many researchers in educational technology to explore the power of this platform and discover the most useful and effective ways of mobile learning. This special issue, which was edited by Michael Sharples and Jeremy Roschelle, recognizes authorities in this rapidly expanding field and presents a state-of-the-art snapshot of mobile learning technologies. We hope that it will be of interest to many researchers and practitioners.
Wolfgang Nejdl, Editor-in-Chief
Peter Brusilovsky, Associate Editor-in-Chief