4 Ways Mobile Computing Has Affected Student Assessment

| July 7, 2017

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Mobile learning is the future. As mobile adoption around the globe continues to grow, and mobile computing becomes increasingly pervasive, more learners of all ages are gaining unprecedented access to learning on different devices.According to media agency Zenith’s Mobile Advertising Forecast report, mobile devices will account for 79% of global Internet traffic by 2018, and Ambient Insight has projected that the mobile learning market will hit $14.5 billion by 2019, an increase from $8.4 billion in 2014.

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