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The ECAR 2005 Study of Students and Information Technology

Sunday, January 1, 2006

Abstract

What are the information technology uses and skills of undergraduate students, how does their use of these technologies contribute to their undergraduate experience, and how does IT add to their learning? Answers to these questions are provided by 18,039 students at 63 higher education institutions in their responses to surveys for the 2005 ECAR study. Comparisons will also be made between ECAR 2004 and 2005 study results.

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