1.Changing minds: multitasking during lectures.
Coulter-Smith, L. (2017)
Paper presented at 13th China Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE) held in Athens, Greece, 24-25 May 2017
Abstract: Multitasking students is a common topic amongst academics. Many studies focus on how students multitask while this study investigates why students multitask in formal lectures. A questionnaire was used to discover student perceptions around multitasking amongst computing students. The results indicate most students are adequately motivated to improve their multitasking behaviour if it influences their grades. Results show that most students claimed boredom as a significant reason for multitasking in class. This study suggests we inform students about the effects of multitasking as it relates to their academic achievement.
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