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Title: Results from the 2005 Educational Technology Surveys


1
Results from the 2005 Educational Technology
Surveys
  • Cara Lane
  • Research Scientist
  • Catalyst Research and Development Office of
    Learning Technologies

2
Project Collaborators
  • Office of Learning Technologies
  • Office of Undergraduate Education
  • Office of Educational Assessment
  • Classroom Support Services
  • Computing Communication
  • UW Libraries
  • Office of Educational Outreach
  • Student Technology Fee Committee

3
Report
  • Full report http//catalyst.washington.edu/projec
    ts
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions and recommendations

4
Response Details
  • Instructor survey
  • Sample size 4,390
  • Response Rate 34.4
  • Student survey
  • Sample size 3,500
  • Response rate 28.2
  • Focus groups
  • 40 instructors and 25 students

5
Faculty Demographics
  • Respondents
  • 884
  • Average Age
  • 50
  • Gender
  • 61 male
  • 39 female

6
Undergraduate Demographics
  • Respondents
  • 648
  • Average Age
  • 22
  • Gender
  • 39 male
  • 61 female

7
Finding
  • Support for technology facilities and services is
    high

8
Faculty Quote
  • Labs are everywhere, theyre all over the place,
    theyre readily available, and theyre economical
    to use. So I can freely give assignments and have
    projects and homework that require a computer now
    and students can go and do them.

9
Finding
  • Strong interest in Web-based tools

10
Online Portfolios
  • Which of the following educational technologies
    would like instructors to use in your courses?
  • 50 Online Portfolios
  • 46 Computer simulations
  • 38 Streaming Videos
  • 26 Instant messaging
  • 14 Video Conferencing

11
Finding
  • Wireless in classrooms will increase laptop use
    during class sessions

12
Laptop Ownership
13
Laptops in Classrooms
14
Undergraduate Quote
  • The things that will make wireless really
    powerful will be new applications that begin to
    use that connectivity to do new things

15
Finding
  • Correlation between gender and tech skills

16
Expertise by Group
17
Expertise by Gender
18
Finding
  • Undergraduates use more types of technology for
    academic purposes than faculty do

19
Academic Use of IM
20
Finding
  • Faculty want better access to technology in
    classrooms

21
Opportunities to Use Technology
  • The UW should provide more opportunities to use
    educational technologies
  • 73 agree
  • How?
  • 1 Improve access to technology in classrooms

22
Faculty Quote
  • Most lecture halls are equipped with the
    appropriate technology, but most smaller
    classrooms are not. If you invest the time to use
    technology in a 50-person class and dont know if
    you are going to get the same classroom every
    year, the significant cost of transformation may
    not pay off in the event that you do not get an
    equipped classroom again.

23
Finding
  • Undergraduates want course materials available
    online

24
The UW Should Require all Courses to have Web
Sites
25
Undergraduate Quote
  • Something that would help support my learning
    would be having more information about a course
    online, especially requiring professors to put a
    syllabus on a Web site. It would be nice to look
    on the teachers Web site and see all the
    assignments. That would be fantastic.

26
Finding
  • Teaching assistants and graduate students that do
    not teach have different attitudes towards
    technology

27
Demographics
  • Graduate Students
  • Respondents
  • 286
  • Average Age
  • 32
  • Gender
  • 39 male
  • 61 female
  • Teaching Assistants
  • Respondents
  • 411
  • Average Age
  • 29
  • Gender
  • 44 male
  • 56 female

28
The UW should Provide Guidance in Building Online
Portfolios
29
Laptops for Students
30
Next Steps
  • Current
  • Partners are using survey results to inform
    decisions
  • ECAR survey
  • Future
  • Repeating surveys every 3 years
  • Next survey in spring 2008
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