Learning science research and practical experience highlight the importance of interaction and engagement to successful learning. Active and collaborative learning environments are particularly effective for Net Generation learners. Games, simulations, group projects, and undergraduate research are among a number of models for interaction and engagement being explored.
Engaging Students with a Mobile App, EDUCAUSE Review, March 2015. A mobile app that facilitates social engagement while letting administrators measure levels of use and track emotional trends and potential problems among the student body serves both communities.
Explore library resources on student engagement and interaction, the collection includes articles, blogs, interviews, papers, policies and presentations.