Devshikha Bose, Krishna Pakala and Lana Grover publish article on digital learning

Devshikha Bose, an instructional design consultant with the Center for Teaching and Learning, Krishna Pakala, an assistant professor in the mechanical and biomedical engineering department, and Lana Grover, a senior instructional design consultant with the Center for Teaching and Learning, have published a research paper, “A mobile learning community in a living learning community: Perceived impact on digital fluency and communication” in The Online Journal of New Horizons in Education.

Their study contributes to existing literature in the field by reporting student perceptions of how mobile devices can support learning, impact soft skill practice through peer communication and enhance basic digital fluency among students living in an Engineering Living Learning Community.