Universities begin to incorporate mobile applications in classrooms | Daily Sundial

Universities begin to incorporate mobile applications in classrooms | Daily Sundial

With the growing popularity of smartphones, some universities in the United States are incorporating cellphone use into class curricula, moving past online courses.

A survey done by Ball State University found that 99.8 percent of college students own a cellphone and 27 percent of those are smartphones – compared to the national average of 19 percent. Ball State’s associate journalism professor Michael Hanley conducted 11 surveys between 2005 and 2010.


  1. Many University are already implemented this strategy to utilize the mobile apps for education purpose. By using this they can serve the practical knowledge to the student and increase their brain power.

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