In late 2017, Learning and Teaching Services launched the first ever Navitas Global Student Technology Survey, building on several years of teacher and student research and input from stakeholders around the world. Our findings highlight some familiar aspects of technology and its potential to connect people, places, systems and experiences in learning and teaching, helping us to make connections across seemingly disparate colleges and learning contexts.
In this recording, Lucy Blakemore and Kooshan Mirzay Fashami provide a quick tour of the big picture using data gathered from 7,240 participants studying at 96 Navitas colleges in 26
countries around the world. They explore themes such as trends in mobile, supporting student community and providing the foundations for a seamless digital experience.
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