Preface

This book is based on a study on the perspectives of international educators at five respective universities in five countries. The aim of the study is to establish the readiness of educators to implement seamless learning as part of their curriculum. A clarification about the challenges and successes is compiled through this study and will be useful for policy makers in their respective environments.

The target audience of this book on seamless learning includes educators, curriculum developers, decision makers and policy developers in higher education that are interested in the implementation of seamless learning in their environment. The study can be repeated to establish the readiness of a university by following the examples in this book. For assistance in similar studies the Global research team of the International Association for Mobile Learning can be contacted.

Dr. Helga Hambrock, Adjunct Professor at Concordia University Chicago, River Forest, USA.

“The authors should be commended in developing a strong collaborative partnership to provide a book about seamless learning across five distinct countries. Following a consistent format, the authors drew from their own countries’ context to set the scene on seamless learning. An additional thread to tie the chapters together was the methodology taken from Disney Creative Strategy Method, which provided a unique lens to analyze the studies.”

Dr. Helen Crompton, Associate Professor at Old Dominion University, Norfolk Virginia USA.

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