Thursday, April 14, 2011

Mobile Devices in Education Survey

Teachers! If you have a few minutes please take the Mobile Devices in Education Survey (it is from Totem Brand Strategy). They are drawing 10 winners randomly and each will win $100 USD. They plan to close it in 10 days (April 18). See Contest Rules at beginning of survey.
http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22C7N6RK2G8/

9 comments:

geoffry said...

Survey Prof has been developed for surveying in education. It has been designed for students, it is 100% free.

sologake said...

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bchubb said...

Have the results of the survey been tallied yet and if so, where can we review them? BTW: your site is so visionary, keep up the great work. I am inspired.

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Mobile is getting to be very useful in studies nowadays. It helps children in many ways such as it contains calculator, notepads, excel sheets and all.

Gabby said...

Nowadays, most children know how to use cell phones. It's only logical to use it as a learning tool. They can use phones with keypads.

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