Salve Regina participating in faculty, student technology studies
Salve Regina is currently participating in faculty and student technology studies conducted by the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research.
These studies explore technology ownership, use patterns and perceptions of technology. The results will be combined, when possible, to provide a two-sided view of stakeholders’ technology experiences. Specific institution-based results as well as comparative peer benchmarks will be shared.
All undergraduate students and faculty have received an email invitation to participate in these technology surveys, which will remain open through Monday, March 10.
Undergraduate students who complete the survey will be eligible to win a $50 or $100 gift certificate to Amazon.com. Faculty who complete the survey will be eligible to win a $100 or $200 gift certificate to Amazon.com.
A nonprofit association of 1,800 member colleges and universities, EDUCAUSE’s mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. Its Center for Analysis and Research is expanding its research about technology in the academic community to include the perspectives and experiences of faculty in addition to undergraduate students.
For more information, contact Jennifer Snyder, assessment and data coordinator, at email@example.com.