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The article examines aspects of the use of mobile technologies in the higher education system. The advantages and disadvantages of mobile learning are presented. Directions and examples of the application of various mobile services and technologies in educational activities are proposed. It is noted that in the modern educational environment there is still a limited use of mobile technologies, their use as a way to disseminate knowledge, and not as cognitive tools. Today, the most common use of mobile devices is still storing and retrieving information, teaching materials, and scheduling. Several directions of using mobile devices in the learning process have been proposed. The conclusion was made about the novelty of the application and introduction of mobile technologies in the educational environment, the prospects and potential of mobile education in education.

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