It’s Hump Day Wednesday already and seems like the favorite midweek point got here quicker with the short workweek. Most of Atlanta’s radio stations stream their programs online which is a nice feature.
So many people are on the computer or laptop for hours in the day. Whether at the workplace or working from home, it’s an easy way to have music, news or other programming right at your fingertips.
A lot of families have a main computer that everyone uses, but some kids and teens have a computer in their room. They probably have music streaming while researching a school project, writing a term paper or studying.
But does listening to music while multitasking and learning interfere with the retention of the material? The video is this post points out an interesting correlation between the two.
The radio streams for many of the stations can be opened in several tabs. The choices are wide and varied. You might be in the mood for country music and stream KICKS 101.5 FM. How about some R&B and neo-soul that plays on KISS 104.1 FM?
We all multitask in our everyday lives and streaming music from the radio stations while working and studying is a favorite. Can it affect retention and learning? Hmmm.