The institution is a powerful influence in shaping student behaviours with technologies

Greg Benfield argues that JISC Learner Experience synthesis work shows that the institution is an extremely powerful influence in shaping student behaviours with technologies. Students expect this guidance. Students do not necessarily have sophisticated or critical information handling skills, even with the technologies that they are so proficient at using. They come to university expecting to learn and, largely, do.

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