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Types of digital learning technologies used by college students in the United States as of August 2016

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U.S. student digital study technologies usage 2016 This statistic presents the views on digital learning technologies (DLT) as an academic tool according to college students in the United States as of August 2016. During the survey period, 81 percent of respondents agreed that digital learning technology was helping them to improve their grades.
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This statistic presents the views on digital learning technologies (DLT) as an academic tool according to college students in the United States as of August 2016. During the survey period, 81 percent of respondents agreed that digital learning technology was helping them to improve their grades.
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Release date
October 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
August 2016
Number of respondents
3,311 respondents
Method of interview
Online panel
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Question: Which of the following types of digital learning technology do you use to study?

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