This study explored the effects of cloud-based m-learning on students' creative processes and products in engineering design. A nonequivalent pretest–posttest design was adopted, and 62 university students from Taipei City, Taiwan, were recruited as research participants in the study. The results showed that cloud-based m-learning had a positive effect on creative performance in engineering design. It also improved the creative process in terms of presenting problems and of generating and validating responses. Additionally, cloud-based m-learning effectively improved overall performance, novelty, value and elaboration in designing creative products.
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