Student perceptions of learning digital literacy online in a leadership program
This chapter presents a study that examined student perceptions of taking a digital literacy class online and its effects on the development of leadership skills in relation to the use of technology. It was found that, in general, the participants tended to be satisfied with this online class. Their perceptions of different types of interactions were discussed. The participants tended to perceive that this class was effective in developing their knowledge and skills in using technology to enact leadership practice. The results have implications in online teaching and learning, group projects and technology learning in leadership development.
Handbook of Research on Fostering Student Engagement With Instructional Technology in Higher Education
Bai, Hua, "Student perceptions of learning digital literacy online in a leadership program" (2019). Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies Faculty Publications. 29.