Three Tips on How to Help Your Students Study Online Effectively with a Smartphone | Effective Classroom Management - Faculty Focus

Stephen Addison, works as a learning designer for the faculty of humanities and social sciences at Athabasca University in Canada insist, Mobile devices are useful learning tools for many students because they are easier, quicker, and more convenient to use than desktop computers and laptops (Sergio, 2012). 

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The ability to learn almost anytime and anywhere brings support whenever and wherever the learners need it—but only if they know how to make effective use of the smartphone as a pedagogical tool.

The following three tips have come from in-depth interviews with ten of our postgraduate learners at Athabasca University on how they study effectively with their smartphones in the context of asynchronous, text-based, digital learning. These busy learners value the ease and convenience that the mobile technology provides for part-time, online, graduate studies when they are working full-time and have a family and other commitments.

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