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|Title:||The impact of mobile wireless technology on student attitudes in higher education classrooms|
Toni L. Doolen
|Abstract:||Our research employed both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to explore the impact of mobile wireless technology (MWT) on student attitudes. This study provided empirical evidence that in higher education classrooms where MWT was used on a regular basis, the robustness of supporting infrastructure played an important role in positively or negatively influencing student attitudes. In classrooms where MWT devices were used for special purpose applications, perceived MWT value, as well as the relationship between MWT usage and grades, was found to impact on student attitudes. This study also found that previous MWT experience did not necessarily impact on student attitudes towards MWT and MWT usage. © 2008 TEMPUS Publications.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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