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Wednesday
Feb 23rd, 2011
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Governor's Ballroom Foyer
Central Time
Session Type: Poster Session
While there is much discussion of educational technology among educational technologists, student voices often are not sought or heard. Students are rarely asked what they need or want, and they often feel reticent to criticize their professors. This session reports on research designed to capture student voices and present them in a pedagogically sound way: through video of actual undergraduates talking about technology.
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#WSWRC11_PS07 Favorite student tech quote from Thelen's Digital Natives session: "It would be preferable if the internet worked."


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#WSWRC11_PS07 Favorite student tech quote from Thelen's Digital Natives session: "It would be preferable if the internet worked."

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