April 28, 2012
gjmueller:

‘Free-Range Learners’: Study Opens Window Into How Students Hunt for Educational Content Online

It’s nothing new to hear that students supplement their studies with other universities’ online lecture videos. But Glenda Morgan’s research—backed by the National Science Foundation, based on 14 focus-group interviews at a range of colleges, and buttressed by a large online survey going on now—paints a broader picture of how they’re finding content, where they’re getting it, and why they’re using it.

photo via flickr:CC | bartmaguire

gjmueller:

‘Free-Range Learners’: Study Opens Window Into How Students Hunt for Educational Content Online

It’s nothing new to hear that students supplement their studies with other universities’ online lecture videos. But Glenda Morgan’s research—backed by the National Science Foundation, based on 14 focus-group interviews at a range of colleges, and buttressed by a large online survey going on now—paints a broader picture of how they’re finding content, where they’re getting it, and why they’re using it.

photo via flickr:CC | bartmaguire

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