Technology helps studying but also fuels procrastination

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

A recent study conducted by McGraw-Hill Education found what many students could likely confirm—technology, while extremely useful for students’ studies, can also be a tool for procrastination.

According to the study by McGraw-Hill, more than 50 percent of students felt “better prepared for classes” and had “improved studying efficiency” due to technologies that aided students in their studies.

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