The world’s open access to information has never been faster, easier, and on demand in the way that it is now (Bonk, 2009). Technology, in particular mobile technology, changes students’ learning behavior and social life at large (Khaddage, Knezek, & Rosen, 2013). Institutions, such as schools and universities, and teachers and course instructors must take these dramatic changes in information and knowledge flow and ubiquitous provision of information into consideration in their curricula and teaching practices. Teachers have to adapt their curriculum, content, style, and use of IT in school and in particular take advantage of the new and innovative mobile technology applications that could be embedded seamlessly to enhance mobile learning (Cox, 2013; Crompton, 2013).