Unobtrusive student collaboration during lectures with smartphones

@inproceedings{Reilly2011UnobtrusiveSC,
  title={Unobtrusive student collaboration during lectures with smartphones},
  author={Mark D. Reilly and H. Shen},
  booktitle={CollaborateCom 2011},
  year={2011}
}
The lecture is still the primary teaching and learning form in university and will remain so due to its cost-effectiveness. However, student disengagement caused by the traditional didactic style of lecture - with its one-way information flow allowing little or no interaction - prevents some students from taking full advantage of this learning paradigm. Some work has been done to address this issue by re-designing lectures to incorporate more lecturer and-student interaction, but has yet to be… Expand
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