The educational impact of using mobile technology in a database course in college

Published on Nov 18, 2019in Interactive Technology and Smart Education
· DOI :10.1108/itse-12-2018-0103
Spartak Sakibayev1
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Razakh Sakibayev1
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Bela Sakibayeva1
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