Mobile learning technologies serve has as a transformative tool in the educational sector which gives room for accessibility, flexibility and scalability. It also improves student learning outcomes. This study aims to review research on students' attitude and perception towards the adoption and implementation of mobile learning technologies using the Unified Theory and Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) model. From the studies, results showed that students' perception has a major impact on the adoption and use of mobile technologies. However, based on the various literature reviewed, students' perception is influenced by performance expectancy, effort expectancy (ease of use of the technology), social influence, perceived enjoyment and satisfaction. All these must be put into consideration before design and implementation for the effectiveness. Nevertheless, if all or some of these constructs were not incorporated in the development of mobile learning technology, obstructs the adoption and implementation of mobile learning.

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