Harika Rao and Walid Abo Shanab win best paper at ABR conference

Harika Rao
Walid Abo Shanab

Harika Rao and Walid Abo Shanab won the best paper award at the Academy of Business Research conference for their work on the advantages of leveraging the use of technology to stimulate student-teacher interaction. The purpose of their research was to focus on how educators can provide feedback to students using new innovative technologies, as well as how education technology can be utilized to increase interaction and provide unique individualized feedback.

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