« Academic staff generally perceive students to be more digitally capable than is really the case. A JISC study of 3,500 learners found that while the so-called Google generation have high expectations of digital technology, for example that it will be robust, flexible, responsive to their personal needs, and available anywhere, many learners do not have a clear understanding of how courses could or should use technology to support their learning. »
« Students without the skills to use digital tools risk an inferior learning process at best, and being left behind at worst. »
Source: Higher Education Network, The Guardian.