ITS Teaching and Learning Information Technologies Survey


Winter 2013

Ann Arbor Campus

Prepared by the Information Technology Services Teaching and Learning Group

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Methodology

Sample Size = 8,618
Response Size = 1,179
Response Rate = 14%
Sample Size = 9,814
Response Size = 1,427
Response Rate = 15%


Selected Results for Instructors and Students

Response by School / College

Response by Gender

Instructor Response by Role

Instructors - Years Teaching

Student Response by Level

Face-to-Face vs. Distance Courses

Q: The majority of courses I teach / take at UM are conducted:

Computer Expertise

Q: Rate your overall expertise with computers relative to other instructors / students at Michigan

Use of IT in Courses

Q: Which of the following best describes your use of (preference for) information technologies in your courses?

IT Use Valuable For...

Q: Using information technology in my course(s) is valuable for...Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Most Valuable Benefit of Using IT

Q: Which of the following benefits from using information technology in your courses was the most valuable to you?

IT Valuable For Course Activities

Q: The following information technologies are valuable for my course-related activities...Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Digital Format of Course Materials

Q: Have you ever (been) assigned course materials in a digital format?

Google Apps Use

Q: Have you used Google Apps for any of the following activities? (choose all that apply):

Google Apps Type

Q: Which of the following types of Google Apps have you used? (choose all that apply):

Box Usage

Q: Have you used M+Box for any of the following activities? (choose all that apply):

Video Content Use - Instructors

Q: How often do you typically use video content in your course(s)?

Video Content Access Method- Instructors

Q: How do you and/or your students access video content for your course(s)? (choose all that apply):

Video Content Avoidance - Instructors

Q: Why do you not use more video content in your course(s)? (choose all that apply):

Video Content Interaction - Students

Q: How are you required to interact with video content for your courses? (choose all that apply):

Video Content Usefulness – Students

Q: Rate your agreement with the following statements:Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Mobile Device Use

Q: What type(s) of mobile devices do you currently use on a regular basis? (choose all that apply):

Respondents' Experience Using CTools

Q: For how many different courses have you used CTools?

How Often Respondents Visit

Q: How often do you visit your CTools sites?

Using CTools for Course Activities

Q: Using CTools is valuable for...Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Value of Tools

Q: Within CTools, the following tools are valuable for my course-related activities...Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Course Site Participants

Q: Participants on my course sites typically include (choose all that apply):

Use of CTools Project Sites

Q: Which of the following best describes your activity on CTools project sites?

Value for Project-Related Activities

Q: Using CTools is valuable for...Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Project Site Participants

Q: Participants on my project sites typically include (choose all that apply):

Project Sites Recommendation

Q: I recommend CTools project sites to…Strongly Disagree (1) to Strongly Agree (5)

Most Effective Methods of Help: Instructors

Q: What are the three most effective ways you get help with CTools? Rank up to three items with 1 being the highest.

Most Effective Methods of Help: Students

Q: What are the three most effective ways you get help with CTools? Rank up to three items with 1 being the highest.





More Information About the Survey

How is the survey used to make changes in teaching and learning with technology at UM?

The ITS Teaching and Learning Group, which includes designers, support staff, faculty advisors, technical advisors, and administrative personnel, reviews the annual Instructional Technology surveys and makes recommendations and sets priorities for improvements in CTools and development of other instructional technology based on the quantitative and qualitative data gathered in the survey. The Teaching and Learning Group also uses data from other sources including user logs, support requests from users, help documentation tracking, and training workshop feedback to help determine the priorities.


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Attribution Information

This work should be attributed as: Pasinetti, J. (Graphical Author), Lonn, S., ITS Teaching and Learning Group (2013) Selected results from the 2013 Instructional Technology Survey - Ann Arbor Campus Instructors and Students.


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