Rethinking Communication and Crowdsourced Technology: Mediating Role of Mobile-Learning Tie to Broadband

Sayibu Muhideen 1, Jianxun Chu 1 * , Olayemi Hafeez Rufai 1, Riffat Shahani 1, Tunde Simeon Amosun 1

European Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Education, Volume 2, Issue 1, Article No: e02106

OPEN ACCESS   922 Views   486 Downloads

Download Full Text (PDF)


The proliferation of online crowdsourcing information via mobile technology intervention achieved progressive learning in recent times. The study seeks the mobility of crowds using internet-contents as crowdsourcing knowledge phenomenon in community-learning task actualization. Bandura’s Social Learning Theory (SLT) and TPB induced and investigated 361 respondents among international students using IBM Amos v. 25 for the analysis. Results found exogenous variables were positively significant, whiles broadband moderation on mobile learning behavior run-up. Mobile learning mediation magnifies the behavior actualization effectiveness. Significantly, crowdsource at the individual level colored internet-content via mobile learning technology collaborated communication problem-solving tasks. Mobility of learning makes a mountain of molehills in knowledge sourcing, communication community-centered performance.



The articles published in this journal are licensed under the CC-BY Creative Commons Attribution International License.
This website uses cookies to provide necessary website functionality. By using our website, you are agree to our Privacy Policy.