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The effect of social media, especially Facebook (FB) on college students’ engagement: Junco, R., 2012. The relationship between the frequency of Facebook use, participation in Facebook activities, and student engagement. Computers & Education, 58(1), pp.162-171.   In order to determine the link between frequency of Facebook use, participation in Facebook activities, and student engagement, Junco, investigates […]

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O’Callaghan, F.V., Neumann, D.L., Jones, L. and Creed, P.A., 2017. The use of lecture recordings in higher education: A review of institutional, student, and lecturer issues. Education and Information Technologies, 22(1), pp.399-415.   Online lectures are being utilised progressively in our higher education, thanks to tools like Panopto. One generally utilised technique is the recording of lectures […]

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Dong, J.J., Hwang, W.Y., Shadiev, R. and Chen, G.Y., 2017. Pausing the classroom lecture: The use of clickers to facilitate student engagement. Active Learning in Higher Education, p.1469787417707617.   Pausing clickers can be useful to understand student engagement in the classroom by alerting a pause to a lecturer. In this article, the authors investigate the reasons […]

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I will be starting a series of article reviews on active learning: Today I would discuss the article written by Katz et al. on Considerations for using personal Wi-Fi enabled devices as “clickers” in a large university class. This work presents an overview of using students personal Wi-Fi enabled devices as clickers in large university […]

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