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Tomorrow’s Students are Mobile (infographic)

Tomorrow’s Students are Mobile (infographic) | Weblearner | Scoop.it
The smartphone is now ubiquitous in everyday life as well as education.  Ellucian provides us with an infographic synthesizing data from a number of sources on student smartphone habits.
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The Hyperconnected Life [Infographic]

The Hyperconnected Life [Infographic] | Weblearner | Scoop.it

Life before the internet? Today's teens and young adults only know about the  digitally connected world. But how is their hyperconnecting affecting them?


To find out, Pew  Internet & American Life Project did some research then published its  findings in the Teens and Technology 2013 report. That information was used  to create the following infographic by InternetProvider.


Among the research findings...

80% of teens own a computer.78% of teens own a cellphone.37% of teens own a smartphone.

So, how is hyperconnectivity affecting the younger generation?

The technology experts and shareholders surveyed were divided evenly in their  opinion regarding whether being hyperconnectivity was a positive or a  negative.


The positives for being hyperconnected include...

    Being adept at finding answers to deep questions efficiently.Becoming quick-acting multitaskers.Learning more information quickly.

The negatives for being hyperconnected include...

    Developing a need for instant gratification.Lacking deep-thinking capabilities.Lacking face-to-face social skills.

To find out more about the research findings, check out the following  infographic.


Via Russ Merz, Ph.D.
Francesca Beltrami's curator insight, May 21, 2013 4:01 PM

Uno studio sui vantaggi e gli svantaggi dell'essere iperconnessi

AnnC's curator insight, May 27, 2013 7:13 PM

Does efficiency trump deep thinking and face-to-face social skills?