Multiscreening

Multiscreening

It is interesting to observe how students are increasingly using multiple screens during teaching sessions. Either in a lecture setting where links can be explored, comments made through twitter or responses to updates/shares/likes and so on. Or through informal group working in workshops where smartphones, tablets, laptops are used to share thoughts, research, develop ideas and prepare to present. This is clearly second nature and provides additional layers to the learning experience.

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