Title

Using tech at Uni: students report on their technology use at university

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Title

The Asian Conference on Education ACE2018: Official Conference Proceedings

Publisher

The International Academic Forum (iafor)

School

School of Science

RAS ID

31613

Comments

Gulatee, Y., Pagram, J., & Combes, B. (2018). Using tech at Uni: students report on their technology use at university. In The Asian Conference on Education ACE2018: Official Conference Proceedings. Tokyo, Japan: Toshi Center Hotel. https://papers.iafor.org/proceedings/conference-proceedings-ace2018/

Abstract

Many universities are embracing Learning Management Systems (LMS) for the delivery of programs to students. The LMS provides paperless modes of document and rich content delivery such as Microsoft Word documents and video lectures. Such delivery modes for on-campus students are becoming the norm as more blended learning environments are implemented in universities. This research examines how students make use of technologies and applications, what they think about their skill levels, and whether the online materials encourage and motivate their study. The research also reports on how and where some students and lecturers at Nakhonphanom University, Thailand use the technology and devices in their classrooms. Findings of the research will guide university educators in the improvement and change required in their physical and virtual classrooms as they move into a blended learning environment.

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