This paper presents and discusses data on the use of technology in general and of Web 2.0 platforms and services in particular by students at the University of Milano-Bicocca. The data was obtained from a survey on media consumption habits and usage of new web technologies conducted by the university's Observatory on New Media, NuMediaBiOs. Research of this kind provides a valuable basis for the development, adaptation and improvement of existing services and offerings involving new technologies in educational contexts, given that for new technologies to be successfully integrated it is critical to have access to detailed information about how they are currently deployed by users (in this case, undergraduate students on basic degree programmes). Such analyses have implications for a range of contexts, not least for the public educational institution in which they are carried out, namely the university

Cavalli, N., Ferri, P., Mainardi, A., Mangiatordi, A., Micheli, M., Pieri, M., et al. (2013). University Students and Technologies: Usage, Consumption and Future Trends in the Educational Context. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIGITAL LITERACY AND DIGITAL COMPETENCE, 4(4), 15-27 [10.4018/ijdldc.2013100102].

University Students and Technologies: Usage, Consumption and Future Trends in the Educational Context

CAVALLI, NICOLA
Primo
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FERRI, PAOLO MARIA
Secondo
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MAINARDI, ARIANNA RUBI;MANGIATORDI, ANDREA;MICHELI, MARINA;PIERI, MICHELLE;SCENINI, FRANCESCA
Ultimo
2013

Abstract

This paper presents and discusses data on the use of technology in general and of Web 2.0 platforms and services in particular by students at the University of Milano-Bicocca. The data was obtained from a survey on media consumption habits and usage of new web technologies conducted by the university's Observatory on New Media, NuMediaBiOs. Research of this kind provides a valuable basis for the development, adaptation and improvement of existing services and offerings involving new technologies in educational contexts, given that for new technologies to be successfully integrated it is critical to have access to detailed information about how they are currently deployed by users (in this case, undergraduate students on basic degree programmes). Such analyses have implications for a range of contexts, not least for the public educational institution in which they are carried out, namely the university
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University students, undergraduates, digital technologies, educational technologies
English
15
27
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Cavalli, N., Ferri, P., Mainardi, A., Mangiatordi, A., Micheli, M., Pieri, M., et al. (2013). University Students and Technologies: Usage, Consumption and Future Trends in the Educational Context. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIGITAL LITERACY AND DIGITAL COMPETENCE, 4(4), 15-27 [10.4018/ijdldc.2013100102].
Cavalli, N; Ferri, P; Mainardi, A; Mangiatordi, A; Micheli, M; Pieri, M; Pozzali, A; Scenini, F
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