Student and instructor use and perspectives on the Engage e-reader and associated e-books
Many universities are increasingly considering use of digital learning platforms and e-books, replacing print textbooks and course materials. This study aimed to explore student and instructor use and perspectives of the Engage e-reader and associated e-books, including students who used assistive technology (AT) to access course materials (AT-user). This mixed-method pilot study was conducted at a four-year public grant university in an introductory composition course, using a cross-sectional survey design with close-ended and open-ended questions. Twenty-one instructors and 51 students, ...
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