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ICT impact in orientation and university tutoring according to students opinion

Information and communication technologies are increasingly present in uni-versity orientation and tutoring. The objective of this study is to determine the needs regarding the use of ICT by teachers perceived by the student. A mixed study was developed to 2779 students for the quantitative study and 51 for the qualitative study of different European universities. A scale created for the project that includes this research was used as well as the realization of different discussion groups. The results of both analyzes detect that university students demand more ICT skills from teachers as well as more direct virtual contact through different networks. In conclusion, an extra effort of the teaching staff is required by the student regarding the use of ICT in guidance and tutoring

Antonio Pantoja Vallejo
Universidad de Jaén
Spain

Beatriz Berrios Aguayo
Universidad de Jaén
Spain

María Jesús Colmenero Ruiz
Universidad de Jaén
Spain

 


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