E-Textbooks Reveal Study Habits
by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
July 11 2012 02:02 PM ET
E-textbooks have become a popular choice for college students because they're often cheaper than their printed counterparts and come loaded with extras, such as 3D models, embedded videos and real-time sharing with fellow students who don't share the same dorm.
Looking at how kids use digital textbooks also offers a pretty clear picture of study habits. A report today (July 11) released by education software and application company Kno reveals big differences between students with different majors. For instance, business majors are most likely to cram for finals, while science majors maintain an even study pace throughout the semester.
The infographic below was based on the data collected from hundreds of students over the course of a semester.