Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning

Take your learning on the road.

Thanks to mobile technology and online education programs, whatever location you find yourself in can be transformed into a classroom. By providing textbooks and other learning resources electronically, in formats that are accessible on mobile devices, Cornerstone University is making mobile learning a real possibility for students. Refer to the resources on this webpage to discover how you can get started using mobile technologies for learning.

Mobile Devices

Some popular options of tablet devices that are currently available on the market include:

Apple iPad

Apple’s revolutionary device is transforming mobile computing with what was the world’s first tablet device. Measuring 9.7 inches (diagonal), the iPad has a widescreen mult-touch Retina display with front and rear facing cameras. Available with different storage sizes and with either 3G or wifi connectivity.
For support: Visit your local Apple Store, or the Apple website at http://www.apple.com/support/ipad/.

Buy online from Amazon.com

Google Nexus

Google's popular and affordable Nexus 7 device with HD display and lightweight portable design comes with varying storage sizes (16Gb and 32Gb) and with wifi or 3G connectivity. Buy online direct from Google.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

With a thinner and lighter device and a larger screen, measuring in at 10.1 inches (diagonal), Samsung offers a very competitive Android-based tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab has front and rear facing cameras and is available in different screen sizes (10.1, 8.9 and 7.0), with varying storage sizes (16Gb and 32Gb) and with wifi or 3G connectivity.
For support: Visit Samsung’s website at http://www.samsung.com/us/support/.

Buy online from Amazon.com

Amazon Kindle

Although not as large, Amazon’s Kindle devices may be an option for you. Six different Kindle devices are available from the small, lightweight easy to read (reads like paper E-Ink display) Kindle to Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX series of multi-function tablets. The Kindle Fire is based on the Android OS with apps available directly through Amazon’s Appstore for Android. Amazon’s Kindle devices are very affordable and priced from $79 and up.
For support: Visit Amazon’s Kindle Support website.

Cornerstone University does not provide service or support for student-owned computers and mobile devices. Please contact the manufacturer if you have problems or have questions on how to use your device.

Apple and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
Kindle, Amazon and the Kindle logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.

Technology Requirements