The 2014 winner of the BT Young Scientist competition Paul Clarke from Dublin has come second place in Mathematics at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Warsaw today.
Dublin: 24.09.2014 05.29AM
Technology has revolutionised the teaching and learning experience. Broadband connects students and teachers across the world, tablet computers have taken the place of heavy textbooks, and the internet no longer requires students having to go to the library to work on research papers.
A new infographic published by DeVryUniversity on Visual.ly takes a closer look at professor-student interaction, study habits, common hardware of the contemporary college student, the percentage of students who think certain technologies are of value, classroom distractions, when technology becomes a roadblock to education, and breaking education out of the classroom.