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Smart phones have been rebuked by many in various countries that they have diverted people’s attention from their core responsibilities, especially of youngsters. But a new research data describes the twist in this thinking.
According to a latest report students having smart phones have shown better results in exams & more interest in studies. Strikes hard? It’s true.
StudyBlue conducted a research on one million students (nearly) this fall semester to know who logs in to StudyBlue website, & who used the Android or IOS StudyBlue app.
Students using StudyBlue app has been found spending some extra time over their studies than students who sit at their desktops to visit the website.
Don’t be bewildered, StudyBlue app doesn’t do cast any magical spells to enhance the students’ performance rather it enables them to study at their convenience, any time any where they are at ease they can read study material via this app.
So does it mean that in near future the universities will be making apps to deliver lectures online to their students?