Ubiquitous Learning

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    Ubiquitous learning refers to learning supported by ICT resources held anytime, anywhere and fits the context of the learner. The idea of ubiquity in the learning process provides valuable contributions to what one might think about the invisible learning (Cobo & Moravec, 2011), which by nature is not assigned to a fixed and static context. One of the main contributions of the adoption of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in everyday life is to have allowed expanding the pre-established than is traditionally known as learning spaces limits.

    In other words, invisibility technology enables new possibilities for converting other spaces where learning laboratories.

    Who we are and what we do