The digital divide between university students and teachers in hong kong
Refereed conference paper presented and published in conference proceedings


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摘要A study presented at ASCILITE 2008 (Kennedy, Dalgarno et al., 2008) suggested that the digital divide between students and staff has been overestimated. This study, conducted at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, investigated the ownership and use patterns of a range of digital technologies by a stratified sample of 689 Year 1 Hong Kong students and 56 of their teachers. The study illustrated that our students on the whole are 'digitally ready'. However, these so-called digital natives are not a homogeneous group and there is variation both in the level of ownership of digital devices and of perceived acquisition of appropriate digital skills. The digital divide between teachers and students is not straightforward and appear to relate, not to ownership, but to preferences and prior experiences with technology. Factor analysis revealed seven categories of technology-based activities with students reporting higher use and confidence in most areas. Implications for staff development and student-support services are noted. © 2009 Carmel McNaught, Paul Lam and Annisa Ho.
著者Mcnaught C., Lam P., Ho A.
會議名稱26th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education - "Same places, different spaces", ASCILITE 2009
會議開始日06.12.2009
會議完結日09.12.2009
會議地點Auckland
會議國家/地區新西蘭
出版年份2009
月份12
日期1
頁次654 - 664
國際標準書號9781877314827
語言英式英語
關鍵詞Digital natives, Digital skills, Digital technologies, Higher education, Prior experiences

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