iLearning: The future of higher education? Student perceptions on learning with mobile tablets

Jonathan P. Rossing, Willie M. Miller, Amanda K. Cecil, Suzan E. Stamper


The growing use of mobile technology on college campuses suggests the future of the classroom, including learning activities, research, and even student faculty communications, will rely heavily on mobile technology. Since Fall 2010, an interdisciplinary team of faculty from Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) has experimented with the use of iPads in the classroom. This paper includes the preliminary results of a study on student impressions of mobile technology in the classroom. The paper will report both opportunities and limitations for incorporating mobile technologies in learning environments.


future classroom; faculty/student relationship; learning styles and technology; information and technological literacy; collaborative learning; mobile learning

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ISSN 1527-9316