Abstract : Information Technology plays a significant role in the current era. The ease with which business operations are done has made Information Technology to be embraced widely. It brings with it low cost of operations, and a low learning curve. The education sector has benefited from Information Technology (IT) significantly, especially use of mobile phones in learning.
The main objective of this paper is to represent a systematic literature review on M-Learning in Kenyan universities with the underlying aim of investigating the challenges facing mobile learning in Kenyan Universities. The findings point to the need to focus on improving the ease-of use and effectiveness of mobile learning in Kenyan universities. Systematic literature review is one of the most commonly used method to review technology content in information technology and computer science since 2006. In total, 250 articles have been collected that were written between 2005 and which were published in the EBSCO, Elsevier, Google Scholar, Science Direct, and, ProQuest One Academic were screened. After the articles were screened and selected, 50 were selected to be included in the study. The data were assessed to identify the independent and dependent variables in the study that help the researcher to identify the challenges of using mobile phones for learning in Kenya Universities.
Key words: University, m-learning, challenges, student, mobile technology
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2021.10821