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RISTI - Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação

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DIAZ, Inmaculada Aznar; RECHE, María Pilar Cáceres  e  RODRIGUEZ, José María Romero. Effect of the mobile learning methodology in university education: meta-analysis of the research published in WOS and Scopus. RISTI [online]. 2018, n.30, pp.1-16. ISSN 1646-9895.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17013/risti.30.1-16.

The implementation of mobile devices in university education is a reality that needs to focus on the effect they are having on learning. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the effect of the mobile learning methodology in university teaching from on the review of the scientific literature in Web of Science and Scopus databases. A methodological strategy of systematic review with meta-analysis has been followed, based on a population of 9,686 scientific articles. From the resulting sample (n = 22), 5 substantive and methodological variables were analyzed. Among the results obtained, it is highlighted the variability in the teaching areas where mobile devices are implemented. Likewise, it is noted that mobile learning produces statistically significant effects on learning. All this leads us to rethink what is the current role of emerging mobile technologies in university education.

Palavras-chave : mobile learning; mobile devices; higher education; systematic review; meta-analysis.

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