2015 Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies

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Since 2004, ECAR has partnered with higher education institutions to investigate the technologies that matter most to undergraduate students. We do this by exploring students' technology experiences and expectation. In 2015, the ECAR technology survey was sent to approximately 650,000 students at 161 institutions, yielding 50,247 responses across 11 countries and 43 states. This year's findings are based on a stratified random sample of 10,000 U.S. respondents and shed light on a number of topics, including technology experiences, technology ownership and the campus environment, mobile devices and student learning, and analytics and data privacy.

2015 student and faculty technology research studies