Online Learning Update

December 27, 2013

Broadband, e-books boost learning

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:07 am

by Sam Jackson, Martinsville, Bulletin

A recent Associated Press report said most digital learning occurs in schools that have rich connectivity to the Internet. Nearly every school has Internet access, but many schools struggle to keep up with the changes in education due to limited capacity inside schools to transmit data, or bandwidth, the AP reported. Today, about 80 percent of schools nationwide have Internet capabilities that are too slow, or they are isolated to places such as front offices and computer labs, Richard Culatta, director of education technology at the U.S. Education Department, told the AP.

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