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By Mac Hugin • August 28, 2015

College Students are Leaving Desktops in the Dust

We're moving into a more mobile-centric world.

A new survey examined the device preferences of over 2,000 college students and found that phones are slowly taking over student's websurfing, edging out desktops and laptops 45.7 percent to 43.4 percent. EdTech Magazine has a fantastic overview of the final report that'll make for a good weekend read. Check it out below.


There are a handful of other good pieces out there this week, including EdSurge's look at what blended learning models can do for teacher shortages. We're also nerding out about a new guest post from Katie Henderson this week, which is all about formative and summative assessment.

Enjoy the last days of August and our weekly picks.

Report: How Millennials Use Mobile Devices at College | EdTech Magazine

Can Blended Learning Solve the US Teacher Drought? | EdSurge

10 Collaborative Technology Projects Your Students Will Love! | We Are Teachers

I Don’t Keep Teaching Because Of Kids | TeachThought

The Unique Power of Afterschool Learning | Edudemic

8 Tips for Reaching Out to Parents | Edutopia

20 Edtech Concepts and Devices That Every Teacher Should Know About | Education Futures

One Teacher Nerds Out About Assessment | Chalkup

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