The Impact of Mobile Phone Usage on Student Learning

  title={The Impact of Mobile Phone Usage on Student Learning},
  author={Jeffrey H. Kuznekoff and Scott Titsworth},
  journal={Communication Education},
  pages={233 - 252}
  • Jeffrey H. Kuznekoff, Scott Titsworth
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Communication Education
  • In this study, we examined the impact of mobile phone usage, during class lecture, on student learning. Participants in three different study groups (control, low-distraction, and high-distraction) watched a video lecture, took notes on that lecture, and took two learning assessments after watching the lecture. Students who were not using their mobile phones wrote down 62% more information in their notes, took more detailed notes, were able to recall more detailed information from the lecture… CONTINUE READING
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