Building Affordable Touchpad Tablets and Integrating it within Undergraduate Students’ Curriculum

Mohamad Tabbara


This research paper will discuss the process and consequences of allowing undergraduate students to build their own touchpads and integrate it within their daily learning activities. The paper will try to capture the student’s acceptance level toward the procedure and its anticipated academic results. The level of student’s acceptance will be measured based on a group of statistical questions such as the amount of time and level of difficulties encountered during the assembly process. Moreover, the discussion will elaborate toward the opportunities that can be achieved in terms of students’ learning mobility and overall enhancements of their educational performance. At this point, a group of survey questions will investigate the affiliation between allowing the student’s to build their own touchpads and the fact of achieving better academic results. In this respect, a group of 39 students currently studying at the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), in Abu Dhabi Women’s College (ADWC), will be asked to be part of a questionnaire to record their behaviour and overall impression in relation to the touchpad assembly and its usage.

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Journal of Education and Training      ISSN 2330-9709

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