M-Learning Portal's Usage Among Malaysian Public University Students
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Badusah, J., Mohd Nordin, N., Ab Rahman, H. & Romly, R. (2011). M-Learning Portal's Usage Among Malaysian Public University Students. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2011 (pp. 152-161). AACE.
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This research was carried out to analyze M-Learning portal usage among public university students who used mobile phones for learning purposes. 44 people student were randomly chosen as the respondents for this study. Data was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Science(SPSS)version 18 using frequency and percentage.Survey results showed most of the students used M-Learning portal for learning purposes. The results also found the students used all the facilities in M-Learning portal for learning purposes. At the same time, the students also agreed that M-Learning portal help them in their learning process by motivate them and also by other learning activities in the M-Learning portal such as send the assignment, download note, forum, chatting and exchange learning material.
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