Magazine article The Presidency

Digital Destiny, Differences, and Distraction

Magazine article The Presidency

Digital Destiny, Differences, and Distraction

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It's indisputable that computer technology is remaking the landscape of what's possible in higher education. But despite its grounding in binary code, digital technology's role at colleges and universities often floats in a zone of subjectivity and contingency.

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20.9% of students' class time, on average, is used on a digital device for non-class purposes.*

62% of administrators said that online courses can achieve outcomes of the same quality as in-person courses;

17% of faculty agreed.***

34% of faculty said that their course materials would be mostly digital by 2018.****

85% of high school students said they wanted to take the majority of their college courses in person.

6% Only said they would be in favor of taking half, most, or all of their classes online. …

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