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- Does technology use affect university students' perception of value?
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Science & Information Technology, School of Design, Communication and Information Technology
- The perceptions of university students with respect to the value of electronic delivery of various aspects of education were explored. There were some variations between student groups in reported usefulness and usability of the available technologies, in the values ascribed to various benefits and costs associated with use of technology, and in the values of the commonly cited benefits of flexibility in study time, place and method. Overall, students indicated only neutral liking for learning online, but a relatively high value for online educational delivery; provision of resources was the most highly valued feature, students were most concemed about loss of value due to reduced interaction with instructors and fellow students.
- IADIS International Conference E-Society 2008. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society 2008 (Algarve, Portugal 9-12 April, 2008) p. 139-145
- IADIS Press
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- conference paper
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