Educational use of smart phone technology: A survey of mobile phone application use by undergraduate university students

@article{Bomhold2013EducationalUO,
  title={Educational use of smart phone technology: A survey of mobile phone application use by undergraduate university students},
  author={Catharine Bomhold},
  journal={Program},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={424-436}
}
Purpose – This paper aims to present the results of a survey of undergraduate student use of smart phone applications. Design/methodology/approach – Undergraduate students currently enrolled in an information literacy course answered an online survey regarding their use of applications (apps) on their smart phones. Findings – However, still a small percentage of most frequently used apps (10.4 percent), search engines, online encyclopedias, and libraries are used by undergraduate students. The… CONTINUE READING
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