The goal of this study was to learn about how college students are using the Internet and to compare their use of it to that of college students as reported in 2002 by replicating and extending previous research. For comparison to the general population a nationwide telephone survey was undertaken. Introduction Literature review Methodology Results Conclusion It is a given that college students use the Internet.
higher education institutions was conducted, along with observations and interviews at several Midwestern universities. college students, Internet technologies have become so ubiquitous as to seem invisible.
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Keeping up-to-date with Saturday night plans, networking on Linked In or following trending news about Kylie’s new set of lips keeps students addicted to social media platforms like Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Tumblr. “The Internet has become an important part of our lives and our culture, so not being connected is being ‘out of the loop,’” said Professor of Psychology at Rider University Dr. Try not to forget how significant the use of the Internet becomes in the S-word too…School.
In the intervening six years since the publication of “The Internet Goes to College” (a lifetime in Internet years) many online tools have been adopted first by college students.
Facebook, My Space, Bit Torrent, online games, and numerous other phenomena seem to have had a head start on college campuses, or, in cases like Facebook, were primarily conceived for college students.
In short, the trend of online developments either occurring on or first adopted at college campuses continues.
While ours is not a traditional diffusion of innovations study, it is important to generate a broad, comprehensive portrait of Internet use amongst college students to understand what they are doing online and what the implications of their use may be for other Internet users.
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