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Instructor Use of Materials Makes a Big Difference

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Instructor Use of Materials Makes a Big Difference
Students more often acquire and find value in their course materials when faculty incorporate them into class instruction.
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Categories: Technology, Higher Education | Tags: Course materials , access codes , students , faculty | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1891)
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Student Buying Behaviors

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Student Buying Behaviors
On average, most students spend between $100 - $200 in a given month on discretionary items, such as clothing and accessories, food and beverages, technology, and health products.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: student , spending , college , experience | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2177)
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Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

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Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is of great importance to college students.
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Categories: | Tags: students , college , exercise , healthy | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1982)
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Students More Comfortable Shopping Online

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Students More Comfortable Shopping Online
The December monthly outlook, a survey of students' retail habits, reveals some interesting online tendencies. For one, they are very comfortable making an online purchase.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: shopping , online , Amazon , shipping | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2242)
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Students' Study Habits

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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Students' Study Habits
The November OnCampus Research Monthly Outlook report takes a look at students' study habits, both good and bad.
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Categories: Shopping, Higher Education | Tags: college students , shopping , study habits , academics , stress | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2316)
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Springtime Disconnect on Spending

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Springtime Disconnect on Spending
Average student spending over the course of the academic year shows the expected peaks during back-to-school season ($544.23 in August) and the run-up to the holidays ($474.05 in December), but what’s less obvious are student shoppers’ impressions of their own spending patterns.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: Holiday , Back-to-School , college , students | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2679)
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