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Mobile Learning

At the University of Reading, part of our strategy to enhance teaching and learning is by using mobile learning within our courses.

We have a number of different ways in which mobile learning is embedded into our teaching, and have case studies with examples of when the University has used mobile learning effectively.


The TEL team explain why mobile learning is important within our curriculum design, and give details on how our academic staff get involved.

Find out more about mobile learning


Making sure mobile learning is designed to fit in with our courses to guarantee an excellent pedagogic experience for all of our students.

How students learn on mobile devices

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Some of our academic staff have introduced mobile learning into their programmes, and have seen exceptional results.

Examples of mobile learning done well

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APPetite is an event run by the TEL team, designed to discover, explore, and discuss the use of mobile apps used in teaching at the University.

Using apps for teaching and learning


Allowing students to bring their own device to the classroom, to enhance their learning during their studies.

Advantages of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)


How mobile learning positively influences the courses and programmes we teach at the University of Reading.

ntegrating mobile learning in to curriculum design