These two-page, easy-to-scan summaries distill 2017 ETRAC survey data for all U.S. institutions. The almanacs enable a quick assessment of what students and faculty need and expect from technology. Institutions can use data to improve IT services, prioritize strategic contributions of IT to higher education, and become more technologically competitive among peers.
ECAR collaborated with 157 institutions to collect responses from 13,451 faculty respondents across 7 countries about their technology experiences. ECAR also collaborated with 124 institutions to collect responses from 43,559 undergraduate students across 10 countries about their technology experiences. To learn more, see the 2017 study hub.