Mobile Devices and Technology in Higher Education
This book examines key issues at the intersection of education and technology by addressing the question that most educators face—how do we use technology to engage students in the learning process and enhance learning?
Problematizing the view that technology is the default solution to a host of problems facing education, while also recognizing that technology has an important place in a variety of education levels, the book provides readers with clear insights on technology and learning from a variety of perspectives from communication studies, education, and related disciplines.
This volume is an essential read for scholars and teachers working in the area of elementary education. It will also be of interest to academics working in the area of education, postsecondary education, and learning and can be used as an ancillary text in graduate-level seminars.
Part I: Overview
Chapter One: Overview
Part II: Challenges to Student Learning
Chapter Two: Reducing Student Attention, Recall, and Note-taking
Chapter Three: Problematizing the "Digital Native"
Chapter Four: Digital Inequality and Digital Literacy Skills
Part III: Technology in the Classroom
Chapter Five: The Active Classroom
Chapter Six: From Hardcopy to e-Book and e-Textbook Platforms
Chapter Seven: Online Learning
Part IV: Technology and Academic Audiences
Chapter Eight: Considerations for Teachers
Chapter Nine: Considerations for Administrators
Chapter Ten: Considerations for Students
Chapter Eleven: Conclusion
"This book offers a state-of-the-art review of research related to mobile devices and their role in the learning process. The authors highlight the best scholarship in this area and offer instructors advice on how to use technology and mobile devices to engage students and enchance learning." --Joseph P. Mazer, Clemson University, USA