McGraw-Hill Polls 3,000 Students on Their Study Habits, But They Won’t Share the Report
The textbook publisher McGraw-Hill announced this week that it had "asked almost 3K students to reveal their study habits and the role technology plays in learning" and compiled the results into a report.
According to the website, the highlights of the report include:
- 84% of students report that the use of technology improves their education
- 81% report that digital learning technology helps save them time and be more efficient
- 81% claim that digital learning technology is helping them boost their grades
- 89% beleive that digital learning tech should respond and adapt to my unique way of learning
I would like to write more about the report, but unfortunately McGraw-Hill’s won’t let me download the report.
The site requires personal info in exchange for the report, but once I click the button it freezes.
The process has failed twice now, and rather than continue to wait for the site I have decided to see if anyone has a copy they can send me.
If you get a copy, please do me a favor and email it to me. Thanks!