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In this literature review, we explore cell phone use and its impact on academic performance of students in college classrooms. We discuss the prevalence of and motivation for cell phone use and how it affects user and peer academic performance as measured by grades earned in class and overall grade point average. Moreover, we include in our discussion the impact of classroom technology use on student-teacher interactions. Potential solutions to guide students and faculty toward more appropriate use of technology in the classroom and development of classroom syllabus policy are provided. Additional implications of research findings as well as suggestions for future research in this field are included in our literature review.
Womack, Juliet M. and McNamara, Corinne L.
"Cell Phone Use and Its Effects on Undergraduate Academic Performance,"
The Kennesaw Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 5
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/kjur/vol5/iss1/3