Students have adapted to online schooling and half of parents want more digital in school

According to the most recent NETendance survey released by the Academy of Digital Transformation, 82 % of Quebec parents whose children have had to stay home because of the pandemic feel that their children have adapted well to school learning done online. Half of the parents also believe that digital technology should play a greater role in their children's school learning.

Recent statistics on the use of digital tools by young Quebecers

Unsurprisingly, the results of the most recent NETendances survey, which provides a portrait of the use of the Web and digital technology in Quebec, reveal that 76 % of young Quebecers aged 6 to 17 have spent more time in front of their screens since the beginning. of the pandemic. Let's take a closer look at the results.

18-34 year olds: heavy users of mobile devices

In 2016, 81 % aged 18 to 34 owned a smartphone. This is the age group that has posted the highest adoption rate of this tool for 5 years.

A new peak for mobile devices in Quebec

New data from CEFRIO's NETendances survey show that Quebec is still more and more connected, and young people aged 18 to 24 are the champions of the hours spent in front of the screen.