Learning and the World of “Apps”

TeachOnline.ca, Oct 21, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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The focus of this post is a report published last March from McGraw-Hill Education, The Impact of Technology on College Student Study Habits, which "found that 81% of US college students use mobile devices to study." You can see their video, "SmartBook Made Success Possible". The value of the current post is foundd in the list of "several apps are designed to support teaching and learning processes for faculty and students alike," including such apps as: ToDoist, which creates to-do lists; My Study Life, which help with scheduling and organizing; and iTalk Recorder, recording software for lectures, interviews, debates, and conversations.

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