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Teaching and Learning with Technology: Key Findings from Faculty and Student Surveys 2003–2004

Thursday, January 1, 2004


During the 2003–2004 academic year, Cornell faculty and students were polled on their use and opinion of existing instructional technology at the university. The goal was to develop a baseline for current usage, to gauge levels of interest in the development of technology-based instructional resources at Cornell, and to find out what factors might impact implementation of existing or future instructional technologies. The following report presents key findings from the two surveys.

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