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Enriching Curricula with Mobile Solutions

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  • Dinu MIHAIL-VADUVA

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The most enduring appeal of a mobile learning application is to enrich a curriculum regardless a specific domain of study. Mobile technology is a very versatile industry with quick connection to any untethered requirements coming from the realm of teaching activities. This article is dedicated to transfer a general understanding of concepts linked to a statistics course wrapped with a good knowledge and practice about programming languages used in mobile devices. For this objective we are starting a quest for finding relevant references through scientific articles regarding the main practically intertwined features between statistics, programming languages and teaching activities. We are trying to show that developing an Android mobile application is a practical solution that, in a simultaneously way, helps teachers to do a better teaching and evaluating activities and, besides that, speaking about students, we explain that reading, understanding and solving specific issues is a key target. We find that scientific community involved into m-learning subject is convinced that a higher exam scores is obtained, against traditional methods of doing lessons, when an evaluation regarding learning activity occurs. This paper contains the salient facts about creating an Android mobile application considering basic concepts taken from econometrics.

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  • Dinu MIHAIL-VADUVA, 2018. "Enriching Curricula with Mobile Solutions," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 22(3), pages 33-45.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:22:y:2018:i:3:p:33-45
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