Resources

Below are some infographics. Click on the thumbnails to view.

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Are We Wired for Mobile Learning?: How Digital Natives are a Bit Ahead

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Apps and Eduation

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Students Love Technology

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Students use Smartphones to Study More, and More Efficiently

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Generation Mobile: How Cell Phones Shape the Lives of College Students

Bibliography

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Benedict, Lucille, and Harry E. Pence. “Teaching Chemistry Using Student-Created Videos And Photo Blogs Accessed With Smartphones And Two-Dimensional Barcodes.” Journal Of Chemical Education 89.4 (2012): 492-496. Education Research Complete. Web. 15 Oct. 2012.

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Cullen, Joe. “The Wonderful Uses of an iPhone and iPod in the Music Classroom.” The Canadian Music Educator 53.2 (2011): 45–47. Web. Proquest. March 1, 2012.

Cummiskey, Matthew. “There’s an App for That: Smartphone Use in Health and Physical Education.” JOPERD. 82.8 (2011): 24-29. Web. Ebsco. March 1, 2012.

Davis, Michelle R. “Solving Algebra On Smartphones.” Education Week 29.26 (2010): 20–23. Web. Ebsco. March 1, 2012.

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Lee, Jun-Ki, Il-Sun Lee & Yong-Ju Kwon. “Scan & Learn! Use of Quick Response Codes & Smartphones in a Biology Field Study.” The American Biology Teacher. 73.8 (2011): 485-492. Web. Ebsco. March 1, 2012.

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Lunau, Kate. “The Touch-Screen School.” Maclean’s 30 Jan. 2012 : 59. Web. Proquest. March 1, 2012.

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Neal, Bruno. “Scan And Learn: Using QR Codes As Part Of Your Learning Solution.” T+D 66.10 (2012): 92-93. Education Research Complete. Web. 15 Oct. 2012.

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Thanks to Gail Strachan, Seneca Libraries for assistance with the Bibliography for the research study

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