Online Resources, Equity, and Ethics

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5-1-2023 2:30 PM

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30-1-2023 3:20 PM

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In this Decreasing Opportunity Gaps in Gateway Courses Cohort paper, we studied what percent of engineering students were using online study resources and how they utilize these resources. The data of the study is collected via an anonymous survey that was filled by engineering students who took Mechanics Series courses at Minnesota State University, Mankato. We aimed to determine if the widely used online resources, most of which require a membership fee, are creating an opportunity gap and an ethical dilemma.

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Online Resources, Equity, and Ethics

In this Decreasing Opportunity Gaps in Gateway Courses Cohort paper, we studied what percent of engineering students were using online study resources and how they utilize these resources. The data of the study is collected via an anonymous survey that was filled by engineering students who took Mechanics Series courses at Minnesota State University, Mankato. We aimed to determine if the widely used online resources, most of which require a membership fee, are creating an opportunity gap and an ethical dilemma.

NOTE: Video for this Presentation Starts at 16:47.