Friday, August 11, 2017

Report: Most Millennials Learn More from Technology than from People - Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology

The majority of millennials ages 18-34 (69 percent) say they learn more information from technology than from people, according to a new report from nonprofit leadership training organization Growing Leaders. In comparison, just 50 percent of surveyed adults ages 45 and up said the same. The online survey of 2,264 American adults ages 18 and older, conducted by Harris Poll, focused on technology's role in learning as well as different generations' preparation for adult life. The survey also identified a gender divide when it comes to technology and learning. Thirty-three percent of millennial males "strongly agreed" that they learn more from technology than from people, while 19 percent of millennial females said the same. https://campustechnology.com/articles/2017/08/02/report-most-millennials-learn-more-from-technology-than-from-people.aspx

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