A Two-Year Analysis of Students' Learning Experience Using Interactive SMS in the Classroom

@article{Scornavacca2009ATA,
  title={A Two-Year Analysis of Students' Learning Experience Using Interactive SMS in the Classroom},
  author={Eusebio Scornavacca},
  journal={2009 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business},
  year={2009},
  pages={110-114}
}
The high penetration of mobile phones among university students provides an unprecedented opportunity for the use of SMS as a classroom interaction system. This paper presents a longitudinal analysis of the impact that a SMS-based classroom interaction system (TXT-2-LRN) can have on students' learning experience. The findings indicate that instructors and students perceive a number of benefits from the additional channel of communication in the classroom. 

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