You are writing a graduate research paper about the use of computers to address issues in student attention spans. Which source is the most appropriate for further investigation?
- a) an article in Scholastic Parent and Child titled “She Won’t Sit Still!”, written by a clinical professor of psychiatry, behavioral science, and pediatrics at the George Washington University medical school
- b) a book titled 10 Days to a Less Distracted Child, written by an author who is also a licensed psychologist and whose work has been quoted on television and in multiple magazines
- c) an article titled “Dealing with the Students’ Attention Problem in Computer Supported Face-to-Face Lecturing,” published in the online Journal of Educational Technology & Society, written by researchers from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chile
- d) none of the above