Dec 152011
 

12/15/2011

11:46am

The presentation has moved into the Q&A session, so I’m going to wrap up here. Be sure to check out the report and the 2011 study infographic. As we slide into the winter break, I hope to have time to read the report myself and write about some of their findings in this blog.

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11:41am PT

Where do students say they learn the most?


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:34am PT

Basically, students don’t think instructors are using technology effectively. How can we make better use of the technology we have?


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:29am PT

What do students want instructors to use more often? The top three.

Email: 39%

Course management system: 32%

Ebooks/etextbooks: 31%

Interestingly, Facebook: 15%.

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11:26am PT

How are students using their smartphones?

How about registering for courses? 22% have. Does your institution have a mobile-friendly registration process?


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:24am PT

The most valuable technologies for the students in the survey sample?

Word processors: 76%

Presentation software: 66%

College library website: 45%

Skipping down the list…

Ebooks or etextbooks: 25%

Online forums: 16%

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11:20 am PT


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:18am PT

How many of these devices do you have?

(“Susan Grajek, EDUCAUSE: It is uneven. As you’ll see later, more students at masters and doctorals use mobile devices; more at community colleges use desktops”)


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:14am PT


Source: EDUCAUSE Live Presentation, 12/15/2011

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11:11 am PT

Check out the 2011 study infographic.

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11:08am PT

Two studies conducted in 2011: Traditional study with 145 institutions participating and a “national sample of undergraduates drawn from a consumer panel.”

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11:03am PT

Read the report here.

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11am PT

“In this free hour-long session, “ECAR National Study of Undergraduates and Information Technology, 2011,” Susan Grajek and Eden Dahlstrom will discuss the groundbreaking year for the EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research’s annual National Study of Undergraduates and Information Technology and plans for 2012.”

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