What effect does students’ cell phone use have on their learning? Find out in the Winter 2013 issue of College Student Journal, the Journal of the Month for June. College Student Journal is published quarterly by Project Innovation. It was founded in 1966 and features “original investigations and theoretical papers dealing with college student values, opinions, and learning” (CSJ). It is available electronically from 1996 to the present through the Journals A-Z link on the Reese Library Home Page.
Other articles in the latest issue include a study of students in Israel where three aspects of cheating were investigated. In this study, the authors reveal that a more severe punishment and stronger scrutiny provide the best preventative measures for cheating. There is also an article about how a sense of belonging helps to retain students.
College Student Journal is currently available online through GRU Libraries. For more information about this journal or any other in our collection, contact Melissa Johnson, Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-667-4907.