The present study examined how cloud-based mobile learning (m-learning) affects students' perceptions of innovative environments, and their creative performance. A total of 123 university students served as research participants, and underwent either an experimental or control learning session. The results of the study indicated: 1) a positive medium correlation occurred between perceptions of innovative environments and creative performance; 2) cloud-based m-learning has significant effects on overall perceptions of innovative environments that include features such as motivation from organizations, motivation from supervisors, team support, sufficient resources, and challenging work; and 3) cloud-based m-learning has positive effects on students' overall creative products, their usefulness, and novelty.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous)
- Human-Computer Interaction