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Student Perceptions of How Technology Impacts the Quality of Instruction and Learning

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Abstract

This paper summarizes the results of a survey administered to students enrolled in selected business courses at a Midwestern university pertaining to technology use in
the classroom. Students were asked how the moderate or extensive use of technology (such as PowerPoint) would impact the overall quality of a "hypothetical course with the same features and characteristics of the course" in which they received the survey as well as how they might evaluate the instructor. Students were also asked how
technology would impact their own learning. In general, students perceive the use of technology positively.

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