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How the internet is used

Posted on 04 Mar 2015 with 0 comments
Digital literacy Internet use Social Media

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Recent researchers have built on previous research about students' internet use. Investigating students' use of the internet in their first years of university, this simple but enlightening piece of research is worth contemplating because it reveals that students today use the internet twice as much as they watch television but lack internet skills for learning.


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Trends in technology 2015

Posted on 26 Feb 2015 with 0 comments
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Higher education experts report on educational technology trends for the immediate and near future. The recently released Horizon Report: 2015 Higher Education identifies six major trends, formulated from the experience, scholarship and expertise of leaders, managers and information technology users who shape strategic decisions at every level within higher education. An analysis of similar reports over the last six years reveals the level of accuracy of educational technology predictions in higher education.


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