Mark A.M. Kramer
Publication year: 2010

The purpose of this doctoral study is to examine the current state of learning and associated educational practices and provide a solid foresight into the potential adoption and future utilization of ubiquitous communication scenarios within formal and informal learning contexts. As a result, the will share the insights and results that have been developed from field research conducted to examine the future of learning in the age of „digital natives“. Hence, this doctoral study will give account to the fact that research conducted shows that the future of learning is already here; it is increasingly becoming more mobile and more pervasive with regards to ubiquitous communication technologies. Furthermore, innovative mobile technologies, services and the associated communication culture are not evenly distributed and adopted accordingly.