The Relationship between Computer and Information Technology Use, Selected Learning and Personal Development Outcomes, and Other College Experiences
Journal of College Student Development Volume 42, Number 3, ISSN 0897-5264
Examines the relationships between student characteristics, student use of computers and other information technologies (C&IT), the amount of effort devoted to college activities, and self-reported gains in a range of college outcomes. Results reveal that students appear to benefit more from C&IT when used frequently and in a variety of ways and that C&IT was positively related to educational effort. (Contains 54 references and 4 tables.) (GCP)
Kuh, G.D. & Hu, S. (2001). The Relationship between Computer and Information Technology Use, Selected Learning and Personal Development Outcomes, and Other College Experiences. Journal of College Student Development, 42(3), 217.
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