Carrying laptops around can be a nuisance for people who are on the go, but smartphones fit perfectly into the pocket and offer same possibilities.
Professors and teachers can benefit greatly from the introduction of mobile apps into education.
Professor-student communication is largely overlooked, sometimes even ignored, today.
Educators have the best impact on their students when they relate to them, make an effort to connect with them and form a strong relationship.
Thanks to the internet, teachers, and professors have more resources to help children and students learn the lectures.
On the other hand, students find it easier to keep up with school with many tools they can use to research, learn, and organize.
With the rise of smartphones, we have the option to use applications (apps) for every aspect of our lives.
Apps go beyond social media, it is possible to download a suitable application for everything. Would the introduction of apps into education have a positive or negative impact?
For example, a number of scientists and experts in education explain that mobile technologies can create new opportunities for independent investigations, practical fieldwork, professional updating, and on the spot access to knowledge.
At the same time, they provide the mechanism for enhanced individual guidance and learner support and more efficient course administration and management.