Clearly, students generate enormous amounts of data on the administrative side throughout their college careers. Much of that is still stored on paper at many institutions, although that is changing. Elsewhere on campus, in contrast — in classrooms, libraries, labs and residence halls – students at colleges and universities are moving away from paper. They are embracing e-textbooks, digital whiteboards, unified communications systems (UCS), widespread use of tablets and laptops, smartphones in the classroom, learning management systems that stress electronic delivery of content, and more.
So what are the perceptions around where higher education students stand today in how they learn, and how they interact with administrative resources?