From ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education
1. First, students have lots of devices, but relatively little incentive or freedom to use them in class
2. Second, two-thirds of students report that their faculty “use technology effectively”
3. Third, the report asserts that “60% of students prefer to keep their academic and social lives separate.”
4. Finally, students prefer that faculty themselves provide instruction in how to use technology, rather than rely on the help desk or online-only documentation.