Profs love it when you Facebook during class... Not!

Knoth, Natalie
June 2014
Athens News;6/5/2014, p49
The article focuses on the things that college students should avoid during class hours including sending text messages, cheating with a cell phone, and sneaking a peak at the Facebook during class.


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