Computing Experience and Good Practices in Undergraduate Education: Does the Degree of Campus "Wiredness" Matter?
Education Policy Analysis Archives Volume 9, Number 49, ISSN 1068-2341
Analyzed responses of 18,844 college students at 71 institutions to the College Student Experience Questionnaire (C. Pace and G. Kuh) to determine whether the presence of computing and information technology influenced the frequency of use of technology and other educational resources and exposure to good educational practice. Results show that students of both sexes benefit from campus "wiredness," but nontraditional students benefit less than traditional students. (SLD)
Shouping, H. & Kuh, G.D. (2001). Computing Experience and Good Practices in Undergraduate Education: Does the Degree of Campus "Wiredness" Matter?. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 9(49),.
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Sharlett Gillard, University of Southern Indiana, United States; Denice Bailey, Dickson County School System, United States; Ernest Nolan, University of Southern Indiana, United States
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