Digital Learning Technologies

Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Usage: Anticipated

Technologies forecast to be important to teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in the future.

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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.
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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.

Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education

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Technologies forecast to be important to teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in the future.

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges

significant challenges are those that are expected to impede innovation, adoption, or scale.

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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.
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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.

Significant Challenges Impeding Technology Adoption in Higher Education

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significant challenges are those that are expected to impede innovation, adoption, or scale.

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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.
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98-person global panel of experts from higher education.

Key Trends Accelerating Technology Adoption in Higher Education

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2019
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Digital Learning Technologies Higher education Usage: Current and Past

Faculty and students agree that using technology to enhance and engage in learning is most common but differ on social and collaboration use.

Time for Class 2019 asked faculty members about instructional technologies they use frequently in the classroom. The 2018 Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology asked students about the ways they are encouraged to use technology in the classroom. Nearly two-thirds (63%) of faculty report that they use technology in most courses and an even higher percentage of students (85%) agree that they are typically encouraged to use technology by faculty. Faculty are more likely to say that they use technology within the classroom setting – e.g. “technology to engage students in the learning process” and “technology during class to enhance learning with additional materials.” By comparison, students are more likely to report that they are encouraged to use “social learning and collaboration tools” outside of the classroom setting.

[Faculty Question: “Which of the following statements, if any, describe your instructional practice in most courses? Please select all that apply.” Student Question: “Thinking about your college/university experiences within the past 12 months, rate your level of agreement with the following statements: My instructors typically encourage…”]

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1,639 administrators and 2,459 faculty members at 1,624 unique postsecondary institutions. 50,000 students across the United States (data from EDUCAUSE’s ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2018).
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1,639 administrators and 2,459 faculty members at 1,624 unique postsecondary institutions. 50,000 students across the United States (data from EDUCAUSE’s ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2018).

Ways Technology is Used in the Classroom

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1,639 administrators and 2,459 faculty members at 1,624 unique postsecondary institutions. 50,000 students across the United States (data from EDUCAUSE’s ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2018).
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Faculty and students agree that using technology to enhance and engage in learning is most common but differ on social and collaboration use.

Time for Class 2019 asked faculty members about instructional technologies they use frequently in the classroom. The 2018 Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology asked students about the ways they are encouraged to use technology in the classroom. Nearly two-thirds (63%) of faculty report that they use technology in most courses and an even higher percentage of students (85%) agree that they are typically encouraged to use technology by faculty. Faculty are more likely to say that they use technology within the classroom setting – e.g. “technology to engage students in the learning process” and “technology during class to enhance learning with additional materials.” By comparison, students are more likely to report that they are encouraged to use “social learning and collaboration tools” outside of the classroom setting.

[Faculty Question: “Which of the following statements, if any, describe your instructional practice in most courses? Please select all that apply.” Student Question: “Thinking about your college/university experiences within the past 12 months, rate your level of agreement with the following statements: My instructors typically encourage…”]

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Digital Learning Technologies, OER, Educational video, Educational Games / Gamification K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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9279
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Use of digital content and instruction by teachers

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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9279
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

School’s/institution’s hardware structure

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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2629
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Digital learning challenges in 2017-18 (reported by K-12 administrators)

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Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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6650
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Digital learning challenges in 2017-18 (reported by K-12 teachers)

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LMS, Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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9279
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Teacher use of learning management system (LMS)

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2019
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LMS, Digital Learning Technologies K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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4663
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This is a survey of digital learning in K-12 education today that takes into account responses from 9,279 education professionals primarily from the U.S., but also from 65 countries worldwide. Note: 31% of participants in this study indicated they use either Schoology’s Basic (free) or Enterprise (paid) version. 14% of all participants indicated they use Schoology Enterprise.

Frequency of teacher LMS use

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