Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2014): Apr-Jun

Investigating the Use of Smartphones for Learning Purposes by Australian Dental Students

Investigating the Use of Smartphones for Learning Purposes by Australian Dental Students

Investigating the Use of Smartphones for Learning Purposes by Australian Dental Students

Authors of this article:

Andrea Rung 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Frauke Warnke 1 ;   Nikos Mattheos 2

Journals

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  14. JINGMING Z, WEI Y, ISMAIL M, ZAN K, NASIRUDEEN A. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SMARTPHONE USE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN A SAMPLE OF TERTIARY STUDENTS IN SINGAPORE: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY. i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology 2018;14(4):28 View
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Books/Policy Documents

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