The Digitally Disinterested

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Informing Science - 132 pages
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 The vast amount of research regarding student experiences with digital technology has been conducted at majority institutions in higher education yet insufficient focus has been given to those students (majority Black Americans) attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). For this reason, a number of primary research studies were conducted at various HBCUs across the country to determine learner characteristics, technology ownership and usage, and students’ preference in terms of the learning environment. This book, The Digitally Disinterested, contains the findings of those studies in a form that I hope will be accessible to educators, practitioners, researchers, students and all who have an interest in higher education


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