This article reports on a study of the use of mobile phones by 25 itinerant teachers in Texas. Among the factors considered were time management, costs, changes in the use of various types of phones, and feelings of security. One finding was that with each outgoing call per day, the teachers accumulated the equivalent of one week's service each year to their students.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness
|Published - 1994
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