You may have noticed an occasional student referring to his Facebook page, or her ipod or ipad while also apparently listening to your lecture, or working with her/his team-mates in small group learning. They are multitasking, as part of the “M” generation. But are they really multitasking? And is it working for them as successful learners? Dr. MaryEllen Weimer has collected evidence in her article that students compromise their learning by multitasking and suggests we present them with the evidence to help them re-evaluate their approach to learning. For a synopsis of the research she has collected, go to Faculty Focus.