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Wired for College: How Digital Natives are Changing Higher Education

By Diana J. Martin, PhD, Professor, Keiser University Graduate School, Director of the KU Teaching and Learning Program
“Digital Natives,” the term describing those who since birth have been immersed in a world shaped by technology, describes the majority of today’s college students.

What Industry Says is Missing in Their Entry-Level Graduates – And What They’re Willing to do to Fill the Gap

The Edtech Shift Without the Educator Shuffle: A Low-Stress Action Plan to Nurture Faculty’s Intelligent use of Educational Technology

By Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, Senior Digital Educator for the Western Region, Cengage Learning Ubiquitous little gizmos they are. Smart phones. Tablets. Laptops. Everyone has them, and everyone relies on them in virtually every facet of life.

The use of Technology, Social Media, Applications, and Websites to Support Gen Z and Millennial Learners