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Why don't students attend lectures and what can be done about it through using iPod nanos?

@inproceedings{Shannon2006WhyDS,
  title={Why don't students attend lectures and what can be done about it through using iPod nanos?},
  author={Susan Shannon},
  year={2006}
}
How can teachers encourage students to listen in lectures – and indeed to attend them? What about international students and those who have language difficulties? These were the questions which triggered a study of the beliefs of first year students about learning from lectures, and a desire to improve students’ ability to learn from lectures through providing MP3 uploads and a classroom set of iPod nanos. Students completed a preand post-course evaluation which revealed their beliefs about… Expand

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