To learn or not to learn? Facilitating efficient learning behaviors
Choo, Alicia Wei Yee
Date of Issue2017-05-15
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Technology in Education has been an increasingly common and essential in this day and age. It is no surprise that there has been a flood of educational apps in the market that aid in learning. While many of these apps are useful in different ways, they do not cover all aspects of learning. Students thus do not utilize them at all because they are not comprehensive of useful enough. In short, students are still having trouble finding the ideal application that acts as a one stop destination to heal them to learn. This project thus aims to create an ideal mobile application that acts as a “study buddy” to students. This paper will evaluate different functions of study apps available and collate the best methods students can actually use. Through data collected as students use this app, we also hope to shed some light on how employing different learning methods help students to learn best.
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University