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First published January 17, 2014.

 In response to my soliciting suggestions for improving my Experimental Social Psychology class last semester, one of my students suggested that …” if the class were to have many online assignments, I believe it would be highly beneficial to teach students how to install software that temporarily restrains them from surfing distracting websites while studying. Several free programs can be easily set up to increase focus and productivity while completing online homework.” This got me reflecting on how the Internet has challenged my ability to focus as I sit down tonight to read a book in preparation for reviewing it.  Here’s where my distractions led me before settling down! Thanks for the suggestion AW!

  1. Freedom
  2. 99U
  3. Profhacker
  4. Mashable
  5. Slate: Freedom from Distractions
  6. Make Use of End of the Internet

Time to reflect upon all this and to read Howard Gardner and Katie Davis’s The App Generation: How Today’s Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World.