The Faculty Members' Attitudes and Educational Practices of Mobile Learning in Higher Education Context
Abstract: This proposed study is aimed to explore the faculty members’ attitudes and educational practices of Mobile Learning in a higher educational context by using both quantitative methodology. A Qualtrics survey will be distributed to all the faculty members in a university located at western Pennsylvania. The Qualtrics survey will solicit the participants’ demographic information, their attitudes and educational practices considering the use of Mobile Learning. A voluntary follow-up interview is asked. The SPSS software will be used to analyze the quantitative data and determine the significant differences; the NVivio software will be used to find the emerging themes. The findings of the study will help professionals develop better educational practices. The study will also help educators conceptualize a framework about using Mobile Learning in higher educational context. The results will contribute to the current literature regarding Mobile Learning.
Presider: Dr. Abdulaziz A Alfayez, King Saud University