Students' attitudes towards ICT learning uses: a comparison betweeen digital learners in blended and virtual universitiesStudents' attitudes towards ICT learning uses: a comparison betweeen digital learners in blended and virtual universities.
This study focuses on the analysis of students’ ICT uses and perceptions in academic contexts comparing two groups of students: those attending to an online university versus students at traditional universities that provide access to a virtual campus and offer some blended courses.
The paper aims to clarify issues relating to the types of activities that technologies support in everyday and academic life. The initial hypothesis is that the use of technology to support learning is related with the type of actions and tasks being carried out on a daily basis and therefore it is also influenced by the academic learning context, in this case the university model (online or face-to-face/blended).
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