2012, AER, 11 (1), 010108, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/AER2012011
Digital Devices, Distraction, and Student Performance: Does In-Class Cell Phone Use Reduce Learning?
Published 31 July 2012
© 2012 The American Astronomical Society
KEYWORDS and PACS
astronomy, educational courses, further education, human factors, mobile handsets, physics education, College nonmajors, college majors, research on teaching and learning, teaching approaches, technology in the classroom
Accepted 12 June 2012
Published online 31 July 2012
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