Do students' technology stereotypes hold true?

04/24/2012 | ZDNet

A recent study shows that the stereotype of today's tech-savvy students -- dubbed the "net generation" -- may be flawed. The research, led by Christopher Jones of the Open University, provides a more complicated picture of technology use among young people, showing that students overwhelmingly have access to technology and use it regularly, but in different ways.

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