Technologies in Action: Drawing Lessons from University Students

By Luc Wilkin and Ilaria Faccin.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This exploratory survey research used an extensive structured questionnaire to examine the ways university students in four disciplines were integrating computer and Internet technologies in their academic live.

Keywords: Internet and Computer Education, Post Secondary Education, Information Seeking Strategy

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 7, pp.235-244. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 875.351KB).

Dr Luc Wilkin

Full Professor in Organisation Theory Centre of Economics of Education and Research Group in Informatics and Human Sciences Faculty of Social, Political and Economic Sciences Université Libre de Bruxelles Dr Luc Wilkin holds a Ph.D. in Applied Economics from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), where he teaches as Full Professor. He has been visiting professor in various foreign universities and is a former dean of the faculty of Social, Political and Economic sciences of ULB. He heads the Research Group in Informatics and Human Sciences at the ULB, and also directs research in the centre of Economics of Education. He currently works on the processes of adoption of information technologies by university students and leads researchers on the management and organisational changes in the university context.

Ilaria Faccin

Researcher and Teacher assistant Research Group in Informatics and Human Sciences Faculty of Social, Political and Economic Sciences Université Libre de Bruxelles Ilaria Faccin holds a degree in Humanities from the university of Rome “La Sapienza”, a degree in Sociology from the ULB as well as two post-graduate degrees in sociology and human resources from the ULB. She has been working as human resources consultant for about 6 years and is now researcher at the Research Group in Informatics and Human Sciences at the ULB. She is now working on a Ph.D. project on the organisational and managerial change of the Italian Universities.

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