On the Academic Minute, "The Phantom Vibration Syndrome," Robert Rosenberger describes the sensation of feeling your phone vibrate, when it actually has not vibrated at all. In a study of undergraduate students, approximately 90% reported that they experienced this "phantom vibration syndrome." When medical staff were surveyed, approximately 70% experienced the syndrome. Although many have experienced it, … Continue reading The Academic Minute: Technology & Education
In A Generation Hobbled by the Soaring Cost of College, Andrew Martin and Andrew Lehren reported that in the year 2012, the country had over $1 trillion in student loans!! More specifically, they found that in 2011, the average amount that each graduated college student owed was $23,300. In addition, it is predicted by the Department … Continue reading Financial Stress & College Debt- How Bad Is It??
The New York Times has given technology another praise worthy review in the article "A Scholarly Role for Consumer Technology." It seems many Parisian Business schools have begun using everyday technology such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Students are given access to these online tools through tablets such as i-Pads. Schools such as Essec believe … Continue reading Professor Technology