Key Findings from the ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and IT, 2008

The 2008 Tufts Students Respond report represents a distillation of The ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2008 with a focus on how Tufts students compare to their peers at other ECAR four-year institutions in terms of their perceptions of and use of information technology. This year’s report includes key highlights and observations from the full ECAR data set, key findings and observations from the Tufts data set, and a comprehensive series of charts graphically representing the full set of ECAR Study findings.

Tufts’ participation in the survey lends value to the overall ECAR research study, which, in 2008, included survey data from 27, 317 freshmen, senior, and community college students and interview data from students at 98 institutions of higher education.

Tufts Students Respond