Studying Digital Collections and Users


The goal of this research project, funded by the National Science Foundation, is to learn more about how undergraduates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) use digital resources and what impact this has on their learning. For the purposes of this study, digital resources are understood very broadly to include a wide variety of digital materials, including simulations, animations, video, audio, online data sets as well as more conventional print and image collections found online. In addition, we are interested in how students understand and use collections of digital materials (such as those in the National Science Digital Library). The PI for this grant was Glenda Morgan, E-Learning Strategist in the Office of the CIO.

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