Commentary: Breaking the Tech Addiction
from Inside Higher Ed
Andrew Bishop, who is pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Virginia, writes: "Smartphones, tablets, and laptops have revolutionized the way we communicate and receive information. This revolution has had dramatic implications across many different fields, including the field of education. As a teacher, I learned how to integrate technology daily in order to create an engaging learning environment that would prepare my students to work with and around these devices. A number of colleagues at GradHacker have written about innovative ways that grad students can incorporate technology in their teaching and work. Yet it is key to remain mindful that the more time we spend with technology, the harder it is for us to break away from it."
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