These are just a few of the news stories inspired by Pearson’s study on Student Mobile Devices.
Tablet ownership on the rise, but students still prefer laptops for schoolwork
The latest Harris Poll for Pearson surveyed 1,200 college students from across the country, exploring the trends in tablet use among students of different age groups… Read more.
Source: Education DIVE | Tara Garcia Mathewson | September 25, 2015
Inside Higher Ed
Survey: Tablet Ownership Up, but Laptops Remain No. 1
The laptop continues to be the go-to device for students, whether for educational or personal use, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll and sponsored by Pearson… Read more.
Source: Inside Higher Ed | September 24, 2015
Harris Poll: Many More College Students Still Prefer Laptops Over Tablets
Smartphones and tablets may be dominating billboards and television commercials. But laptops still reign supreme in colleges. Eighty-seven percent of the 1,211 college students surveyed in a recent Harris Poll (funded by Pearson) use laptops, notebooks or Chromebooks at least twice a week for their studies—compared to 64 percent for smartphones and 40 percent for tablets… Read more.