Student Technological Mastery: It's Not Just the Hardware

Tuesday, May 08 | 9:30AM–10:15AM | Nikko III
Session Type: Professional Development
We examined factors which increase the likelihood that students will use technology effectively. Research with a college population assessed the technological skills of students. Results suggest that learning orientation and perception of use of technology in future occupations predict students' perceived ability and intentions to use technology in college.


  • Bill Huffman

    Associate Professor, Northern Arizona University
  • Ann Huffman

    Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University

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