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How students' perceptions of technological innovations in the university classroom affect their performance?

The following study aims to analyze the influence of the student's perceptions on the use of technological innovations in the classroom and their impact on academic performance. For the study we used a sample of university students enrolled in Business Management and International Business degrees in two universities, one private and one public, located in the region of Valencia (Spain). Measuring scales for the perception of innovation have been taken from the literature. The present study follows a quantitative research methodology.

José Fernando Gallego Nicholls
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Spain

María Rodríguez García
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Spain

Esther Pagán Castaño
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Spain

María Guijarro García
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Spain

Pilar Pérez Ruiz
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Spain

 


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