Mobile Learning in Corporate Businesses: A review of literature focusing on journal articles
The growth in mobile devices has brought many opportunities for corporate businesses via mobile learning. However, corporate businesses seem to be slow in capitalising on mobile learning and limited empirical research has been found addressing this. This paper sets out to find the latest on the subject of mobile learning in corporate businesses by reviewing two prominent journal lists relevant to the Business and Information Systems domain; Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) and the Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia (CORE). A Systematic Literature Review (SLR) approach was used to uncover the current thinking on the subject, including areas of focus and potential gaps. Findings show that highly ranked journals have neither featured mobile learning in the corporate business context nor do they feature any substantial Australian context. This research highlights the gap within literature and brings practical implication for those researching and intending to contribute to this domain.