The preparedness of New Zealand secondary school students for first year undergraduate studies in a digital learning environment
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Today’s secondary school students need to be both prepared and confident as they progress into the undergraduate digital learning environment. This research examined the perceived level of preparedness and confidence of final school year students for the digital learning expectations of the Aotearoa New Zealand (NZ) tertiary sector. The new knowledge gained from this study will contribute to a better understanding in the secondary and tertiary sectors by providing them with insight into how students view their preparation for the undergraduate digital learning environment.
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