The research summary contains a case study of an open source software dubbed Claroline. This software is a web-based course management system which allowed students to download course materials onto Motorola smart phones. Also included in the summary are two video (requires Windows Media Player) presentations, one an interview with Michele Ryan on NCI's involvement in multimedia literacy, and the other is a case study of mLearning at Larkin College.
Another mLearning resource, geared for members of the European Union, is the Leonardo Da Vinci Project Online. The stated goals for the project are "to provide systems and courses for mobile learning and to trial them with real students."