The Pearson Foundation aims to understand students’ use and perception of mobile technology by asking them directly.
The Pearson Foundation Survey on Students and Tablets is one in a series of surveys to track students’ use, acceptance, and preferences when using mobile technology. The survey, now in its second year, was conducted to gauge the opinions of college students and college-bound high school seniors regarding digital device ownership and purchase intent; perceptions toward tablets; tablet usage and features of interest; and preferences between digital or print formats when reading, studying, and doing other school-related activities.
The Second Annual Pearson Foundation Survey on Students and Tablets was conducted online in January 2012 by Harris Interactive, the survey identifies a number of interesting trends pertaining to students’ use of tablets and mobile technology, including:
A summary of the results of the 2012 Pearson Foundation Survey on Students and Tablets can be found here.