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Seven in 10 college students who work full-time jobs said in a national survey that more educational technology tools are needed on campuses, echoing research that documents a widening gap between student and faculty technology preferences.

Seventy-seven percent of students who work part-time would lobby their schools for more ed-tech options, according to the study, "Instructors and Students: Technology Use, Engagement and Learning Outcomes," conducted by higher-education organization Eduventures and published by teaching...

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