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Go. Study. Students use smartphones to study more, and more efficiently. Good night, moon. Good morning, smartphone. Students with smartphones are twice as likely to study between 6 and 8 a.m. Pull an all-nighter? No, thanks. Study. Text. Talk. Study. Nearly 40% of mobile study sessions include a break where students use their phones to talk, text or use other apps. % Mobile studiors take a study break by: Get the score, then study more. Texting. 81% 77% amail. Reading Students studying on mobile devices are almost three times more likely to track their progress. Searching 67% for information. Talking. 64% 52% natworking- Social Listening 41% to music. Study time. All the time. Mobile studiers study 40 more minutes each week by studying everywhere they go. % Students "often" use their amartphones while: In bed before ) 46% going to aleep. In the 19% bathroom. 17% Exerciaing. At work 75% or school. 55% Waiting / in line. In bed after 52% waking up. 74% Commuting. About the Data. A Project by STUDYBLUE. Data mined from StudyBlue's user base of nearly one million students from the fall 2011 semester. Progress comparison is based on studying data from students who use StudyBlue Android and Apple apps on their smartphone v8. students using only the website. Mobile usage data obtained from the University of Colorado - Boulder Digital News Test Kitchen survey. StudyBlue is a mobile and online study service for students. Illustration by Always With Honor. Margin of error varies by data point, but no individual data set comprises less than 4,000 users.

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Make studying more convenient for students and they’ll study more. Sounds simple, huh? Well it’s true. It turns out that students who study their flashcards on mobile devices are getting a ton ...




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