Usage of Content in Web-Supported Academic Courses 
The use of the Internet as an instructional tool in higher education 
is rapidly increasing. We are witnessing the development of huge 
amounts of learning materials for academic web-sites. Still, there 
is little empirical evidence regarding the actual use of these 
contents by students. In this study, computer logs are used in 
order to evaluate how online contents are consumed, the individual 
differences among students in terms of contents usage are investigated 
as are the amount of contents that is presented in courses' 
web-supported sites. Finally, further implications of information 
related to content usage are discussed, and their relevance for the 
evaluation of ICT implementation in higher education institutes is shown.