Corpus ID: 17524034

Immigrants and natives: Investigating differences between staff and students' use of technology

@inproceedings{Kennedy2008ImmigrantsAN,
  title={Immigrants and natives: Investigating differences between staff and students' use of technology},
  author={G. Kennedy and B. Dalgarno and S. Bennett and T. Judd and K. Gray and Rosemary Chang},
  year={2008}
}
The corollary of the ‘Digital Native’ ‐ young, technologically avid and literate ‐ is the ‘Digital Immigrant’ ‐ older, less familiar and comfortable with technology. The accompanying rhetoric posits that in the higher education sector, staff and students are ensconced firmly on either side of a ‘digital divide’, with critical implications and consequences for teaching and learning. This proposition was tested by surveying 108 staff and 2588 first-year undergraduate students across three… Expand
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