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Mobile learning extends education beyond the physical confines of the classroom and school library, allowing students to access content from home, communicate with teachers, and, perhaps most importantly, communicate with each other. Smartphones with 3G/4G broadband connectivity help ensure all students have access to educational resources 24/7.

Jordan - Education Initiative

Wireless Reach Jordan

Qualcomm through its Wireless Reach initiative, in collaboration with the Jordan Education Initiative, is supporting a pilot project that gives students 3G connected mobile devices to learn in and out of the classroom.

Singapore - WE Learn

Wireless Reach Singapore

Singapore’s National Institute of Education together with Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach initiative, Nan Chiau Primary School, Microsoft and other public/private partners are working together to better prepare Singapore’s students to thrive in a fast-changing and highly-connected world by promoting the development of self-directed and collaborative learning using 3G smartphones.

United States - Project K-Nect

Wireless Reach Project K-Nect

Project K-Nect, initially funded through Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach, began during the 2007-2008 school year to discover if 24/7 connected smartphones could play a role in enhancing student engagement and learning.

United States - Augmented Reality

Wireless Reach AR

Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach initiative has teamed up with MoGo Mobile Inc., Harvard University Graduate School of Education and School in the Park to develop unique educational Augmented Reality Experiences that overlay digital educational material onto physical environments using 3G-connected mobile devices.