New study shows computers in class distract both users and non-users | Radio Canada International | August 2013 A new study showed that laptop use in class can result in lower grades for students.
Take Notes by Hand for Better Long-Term Comprehension | Association for Psychological Science | June 2014 The results revealed that while the two types of note-takers performed equally well on questions that involved recalling facts, laptop note-takers performed significantly worse on the conceptual questions. The notes from laptop users contained more words and more verbatim overlap with the lecture, compared
Why I’m Asking You Not to Use Laptops | Chronicle of Higher Education | August 2014 ‘On the first day of class, students and I spend the first 30-40 minutes learning something new about how language works (in order to set the tone for the class), and then we go over the syllabus. When we get to the laptop policy,