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International students may face challenges in performance and in participation if Internet access levels in their country of residence are low. Using the viewpoint of the Internet as a utility, the study reviewed historical utility provisions to developing countries. This information will be further analyzed to create proposals to increase Internet access for international students and their communities.

Publication Date

2014

City

National Harbor, MD

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Education | Language and Literacy Education | Online and Distance Education

International Internet Access Levels and Student Implications

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