According to a new study, college students who watch their lectures from their dorm room via podcast might do better on their next exam than those who attend the lecture in person, reports the Industry Standard. Researchers at the State University of New York, Fredonia, measured the performance of 64 students, half of whom watched a lecture via podcast and the other half attended the live lecture. Students who used the podcast averaged a 71 out of 100 on the follow-up test, whereas those who actually went to the lecture averaged a 62. Apple's iTunes University hosts podcasts from major...

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