This hub provides findings from the 2016 student study, part of the EDUCAUSE Technology Research in the Academic Community research series.
BiographyAs the Research Assistant for the Data, Research, and Analytics Department, Jamie provides support to various facets such as operational and logistical coordination of the ECAR Student and Faculty Studies, focus group work for special projects as well as support for development of new services and analytics. Prior to joining EDUCAUSE in December 2013, Jamie graduated from California State University, Chico where she earned a B.A. in Psychology and found her love for data and research. She has extensive experience working in many different areas of research, from studying behavioral neuroscience using an animal model at Oregon Health and Sciences University as a research assistant, to project coordination for a political polling and market research firm. Most recently, Jamie worked as an Institutional Research Analyst for a small college in Portland Oregon where she consulted other departments on survey design, rollout and data analysis. twitter @Jamie_l0u
This research can catalyze conversations among IT professionals about how to better serve their constituents; among institutional leaders about how to use technology strategically; and among faculty and students about how to articulate their technology needs and expectations.