UDC 378.6.016: 81


O. L. Mokhova,
Candidate of Pedagogy, Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, Moscow Financial and Industrial University "MFPU" Synergy ", Moscow, Russia


Objective. This article discusses examples of some of the new developments in information and communication technology, and how they can be used in an educational structure to maximize the benefits of students and teachers. Thus, the relevance of this topic is determined by the presence of contradictions between the huge potential of mobile learning and the disadvantages of its use in modern educational institutions. The purpose of this article is to show that the use of mobile learning is a favorable condition for learning, which makes it possible to make classes not only interesting and entertaining, but also informative and useful for university students of an economic profile.
Materials and methods. Research conducted among university students, as well as among the teaching staff of various educational institutions, showed a high interest in the use of mobile applications in the classroom and beyond.
Result. The correct approach to using mobile sentences as an additional resource to the study of the subject makes the lesson more interesting, entertaining and useful.
Conclusion. Mobile learning will continue to evolve and in the near future will become more interesting and informative, it will be able to meet the needs of a wider range of users.


mobile learning, distance technologies, non-linguistic university.