Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Why Southeast Asia is the next hotbed for mobile education - T.R. Husada, TechinAsia

At the British Educational Training and Technology (BETT) Show in January, Takuya Homma, marketing director at international edtech startup Quipper School delivered a speech about why Southeast Asia is leading the world in mobile learning. For those who don’t know, BETT is a yearly convention in the UK that showcases the use of information technology in education. Homma was one of the few speakers talking about edtech in Southeast Asia. Mobile learning (m-learning) is the use of mobile tech to share educational content, making it accessible from virtually anywhere. Homma’s speech highlighted three defining characteristics of the region that may cause Southeast Asia to become the next hotbed for m-learning.

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