Digital Learning Technologies

Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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1005
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1005 college students

Helpfulness of Digital Learning Technology

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How helpful is digital learning technology in the following aspects of your academic life?

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Definitions
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Definition of Digital Learning Technology

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What is your level of agreement or disagreement with the following statements? “Digital Learning Technology is…”

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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1005
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1005 college students

Technology's Effect on Grades

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Overall, what effect has using digital learning technology had on your grades?

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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(2016) 3311 and (2017) 1005
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1005 college students

Change in Perceived Benefits of Digital Technology

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(2016) 3311 and (2017) 1005
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Which of the following has resulted from your use of digital learning technology (Pleaseselect all that apply)?

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Digital Learning Technologies, Mobile learning, Internet of things Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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1005
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1005 college students

Importance in Studying

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When it comes to studying overall, how important are each of the following? 

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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1005
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1005 college students

Amount of Digital Learning Technology

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How would you rate the amount of digital learning technology used in your academic experience?

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Mobile learning, Digital Learning Technologies, Internet of things Higher education Usage: Current and Past
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1005 college students

Device Usage

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Which of the following devices do you own? AND Which of the following do you use while attending class session or lectures, for homework, for test/exam preperation?

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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144,900 eighth-graders
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The schools and students participating in NAEP assessments are selected to be representative of all schools nationally and of public schools at the state/jurisdiction and Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) district levels. The results from the 2017 mathematics assessment at grades 4 and 8 are based on a representative sample of 149,400 fourth-graders from 7,840 schools and 144,900 eighth-graders from 6,500 schools who took the assessment on tablets. Samples of schools and students are drawn from each state and from the District of Columbia, and Department of Defense schools. The sample of students participating in the TUDA school districts is an extension of the sample of students who would usually be selected by NAEP as part of the national and state samples. Representative samples of 34,500 fourth-grade and 32,000 eighth-grade public school students from 27 urban districts participated in the 2017 mathematics assessment

Computer Usage to Practice and Review for 8th Graders

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2017
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144,900 eighth-graders
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* indicates significant difference at <.05 from 2015. 

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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149,400 fourth-graders
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The schools and students participating in NAEP assessments are selected to be representative of all schools nationally and of public schools at the state/jurisdiction and Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) district levels. The results from the 2017 mathematics assessment at grades 4 and 8 are based on a representative sample of 149,400 fourth-graders from 7,840 schools and 144,900 eighth-graders from 6,500 schools who took the assessment on tablets. Samples of schools and students are drawn from each state and from the District of Columbia, and Department of Defense schools. The sample of students participating in the TUDA school districts is an extension of the sample of students who would usually be selected by NAEP as part of the national and state samples. Representative samples of 34,500 fourth-grade and 32,000 eighth-grade public school students from 27 urban districts participated in the 2017 mathematics assessment

Computer Usage to Practice and Review for 4th Graders

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2017
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149,400 fourth-graders
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* indicates significant difference at <.05 from 2015. 

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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144,900 eighth-graders
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The schools and students participating in NAEP assessments are selected to be representative of all schools nationally and of public schools at the state/jurisdiction and Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) district levels. The results from the 2017 mathematics assessment at grades 4 and 8 are based on a representative sample of 149,400 fourth-graders from 7,840 schools and 144,900 eighth-graders from 6,500 schools who took the assessment on tablets. Samples of schools and students are drawn from each state and from the District of Columbia, and Department of Defense schools. The sample of students participating in the TUDA school districts is an extension of the sample of students who would usually be selected by NAEP as part of the national and state samples. Representative samples of 34,500 fourth-grade and 32,000 eighth-grade public school students from 27 urban districts participated in the 2017 mathematics assessment

Computer Usage to Extend Learning for 8th Graders

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2017
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144,900 eighth-graders
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* indicates significant difference at <.05 from 2015. 

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