(From Computimes (Malaysia))
Byline: Chandra Devi
MOBILE computing has shown improved levels of productivity in the corporate world, especially for executives on the move.
Similarly in the education sector, faculty and students can benefit from it, says Dr Abtar Kaur, director, Centre For Instructional Design and Technology (CIDT) Open University (OU) Malaysia. Personal digital assistants (PDAs), cellular phones, palmtop computers, notebooks and laptops with the ability to provide Internet services such as electronic mail (e-mail), news and business services information, among others, can be used to the advantage of higher education. The possibilities …