2018 Students and Technology Research Study

Explores technology ownership, use patterns, and expectations as they relate to the student experience. Colleges and universities can use these findings to better engage students in the learning process, improve IT services, plan for technology shifts that impact students, and become more technologically competitive among peer institutions. This hub provides findings from the 2018 student study in the EDUCAUSE Technology Research in the Academic Community research series. ECAR collaborated with 130 institutions in 9 countries and 36 US states to collect responses from 64,536 students.

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