The purpose of this study is to review empirical-based research on using mobile devices for adult education in the context of teaching, learning, and training from 2005 to present. The intent is to provide researchers with a resource highlighting what has been done and what gaps exist for mobile learning research. A total of 103 refereed data-based journal articles were reviewed. The findings are discussed and new research directions are identified.
Liu, M., Geurtz, R, Karam, A., Navarrete, C. & Scordino, R. (2013). Research on mobile learning in adult education. In W. Kinuthia & S. Marshall (Eds.), On the move: Mobile learning for development. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.