The Chronicle: Students Embrace the Internet, but Not as Replacement to Classrooms, Study FindsThe Chronicle: Students Embrace the Internet, but Not as Replacement to Classrooms, Study Finds
The students in the survey said they most often sent e-mail messages to faculty members to make appointments with them, discuss grades, or ask for clarification about assignments. Three-fourths said they use the Internet more than the library when searching for information. Sixty-eight percent said that they had subscribed to academically oriented mailing lists.
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