Chapter 18Storing Preferences and Inferring Intent in Mobile Learning Experiences

Chad Udell


Mobile devices are personal. We bring them to work with us, but in most cases, still own them, unlike laptop computers provided by our companies. We personalize the home screens and wallpapers. We install apps and widgets. We add our own contacts and take photos of people we know and places we visit.

These devices know our most intimate details. You bank with them. You check on your medical data. You text family members updates on your latest news and whereabouts daily without a second thought. You perform video calls and maybe even send Snapchats ...

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