Students Want to Listen to Their Assignments with Eariously

 
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According to professors, on a given day 70% of the students will not have done the assigned reading. 

But, after we spoke with 52 students (and counting), we now know that this really isn't the full story.

 
 

Students Always Have Crazy, Hectic Calendars

 

Packed schedules and up to six hours of nightly reading mean little time for sleep, friends, and relaxation. Students aren’t skipping readings because of disinterest.

They're just really, really busy. 

 
 

Students Strongly Dislike When They're Assigned Long Readings

 
 
 

Whether it's anxiety, burnout, frustration, or stress, long reading assignments negatively affect students of all types.

 
 

Reading Assignments for Students with Learning Differences or Visual Impairments Are Especially Daunting

 

We interviewed Sophie Wood, a student at Colby College with auditory processing disorder, and Eric Miller, an advocate for the visually impaired community, in order to better understand how Eariously can be accessible to all.

 
 
 

 
 
 

Listen to the Things You Want to Read.

LISTENING TO NEWS AND ARTICLES JUST MEANS ADDING A URL.

EARIOUSLY.

 
 
Nick Rimsa