The Pathology of Technology


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

College Students Score Higher In Classes That Incorporate Instructional Technology Than In Traditional Classes

ScienceDaily (2008-03-25) -- The lives of today's college students have always included computers and the Internet. That technology now has moved from the ether into instruction. A new technical report finds that students in a "hybrid class" that incorporated instructional technology with in-class lectures scored a letter-grade higher on average than their counterparts who took the same class in a more traditional format.

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