According to a report from McGraw-Hill Education, the use of mobile devices for studying was on the rise in 2013 and 2014. 81% of the 1,700 college students surveyed used mobile devices like smartphones and tablets making them the second popular choice behind laptops.
Overall adoption of mobile devices for studying has seen a 40% year-over-year growth. Students find that technology helps them to save time and to be better prepared for classes. Overall, 77% of students say that the use of technology has positively impacted their grades.
- Report: New McGraw-Hill Education Research Finds More than 80 Percent of Students Use Mobile Technology to Study | PR Newswire