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Dagmar Monett1, Claudia Lemke1, Amanda Jefferies2,
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Slides of the talk at the 20th European Conference on e-Learning, ECEL 2021 (virtual conference), Academic Conferences International Ltd., October 29th, 2021.

Slides of the talk at the 20th European Conference on e-Learning, ECEL 2021 (virtual conference), Academic Conferences International Ltd., October 29th, 2021.

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  1. 1. Berlin, 29/10/2021 1 Dagmar Monett1, Claudia Lemke1, Amanda Jefferies2, Gert Faustmann1, Tom Brandherm1 1 Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany 2 University of Hertfordshire, UK The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning Dagmar.Monett-Díaz@hwr-berlin.de Claudia.Lemke@hwr-berlin.de a.l.jefferies@herts.ac.uk Gert.Faustmann@hwr-berlin.de s_brandherm19@stud.hwr-berlin.de 20th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL 2021 – A virtual conference
  2. 2. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 2 Presentation structure I. Motivation II. Methodology III. Results & Discussion a. Technology Ownership b. Technology Use IV. Research Outlook
  3. 3. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 3 Presentation structure I. Motivation II. Methodology III. Results & Discussion a. Technology Ownership b. Technology Use IV. Research Outlook
  4. 4. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 4 Motivation • Rapid technology progress and the impact on education • Consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic  Assumption: The intensive use of digital technologies has a direct impact on students' learning behaviour  Approach: Empirical and longitudinal study consisting of three surveys conducted in 2013, 2015, and 2020
  5. 5. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 5 Presentation structure I. Motivation II. Methodology III. Results & Discussion a. Technology Ownership b. Technology Use IV. Research Outlook
  6. 6. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 6 Research questions 1. How have learners used digital technologies for learning and leisure since 2013? 2. How have ownership and use of digital technologies evolved since 2013? 3. What is the extent to which the use of different digital technologies has changed between 2013 an 2020? 4. What are the purposes for which technologies are now used in enhancing and supporting student learning? 5. What are learners' responses concerning how they use digital technologies and how they may depend on specific learning contexts? 6. What are recommendations and suggestions for further research?
  7. 7. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 7 Methodology 1. Three online surveys with graduate and undergraduate students at the HWR over 7 years S1: September 11th, 2013, to November 27th, 2013 S2: October 28th, 2015, to December 14th, 2015 S3: December 14th, 2020, to January 11th, 2021 2. Surveys’ structure: closed and open-ended questions, four main categories:  Demographics  Technology ownership  Use of technology  General comments Demographics and general Information about the surveys
  8. 8. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 8 Presentation structure I. Motivation II. Methodology III. Results & Discussion a. Technology Ownership b. Technology Use IV. Research Outlook
  9. 9. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 9 a) Digital Technology Ownership
  10. 10. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 10 b) Digital Technology Use Activities performed online in the last 12 months, for/when studying: daily (i.e. "Several times a day" and/or "Once a day") and less often (i.e. "A few times a week" and/or "Less often")
  11. 11. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 11 b) Digital Technology Use Communicating and interacting online in the last 12 months: daily (i.e. "Several times a day" and/or "Once a day") and less often (i.e. "A few times a week" and/or "Less often")
  12. 12. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 12 Presentation structure I. Motivation II. Methodology III. Results & Discussion a. Technology Ownership b. Technology Use IV. Research Outlook
  13. 13. The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning D. Monett, C. Lemke, A. Jefferies, G. Faustmann, & T. Brandherm Berlin, 29/10/2021 13 Next area of investigation: Functional Use of Digital Technology The qualitative use of digital technologies can still vary significantly, but: • How intensively do students use tools during learning? • Do they always use them correctly? • Do they know and use all the functions of a digital technology sufficiently? • among other research questions Relationship between students and digital technologies
  14. 14. Berlin, 29/10/2021 14 Dagmar Monett1, Claudia Lemke1, Amanda Jefferies2, Gert Faustmann1, Tom Brandherm1 1 Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany 2 University of Hertfordshire, UK The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies for Learning Dagmar.Monett-Díaz@hwr-berlin.de Claudia.Lemke@hwr-berlin.de a.l.jefferies@herts.ac.uk Gert.Faustmann@hwr-berlin.de s_brandherm19@stud.hwr-berlin.de 20th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL 2021 – A virtual conference

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