New Report: Bridging the Digital Divide: Lessons from COVID-19 (Higher Ed)
Posted by Inside Higher Education on February 9, 2021
The digital divide, digital equity and digital accessibility are not new concerns in higher education, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many institutions to confront these issues head-on with renewed efforts and innovative strategies. Uncover the complex factors that underlie these evolving divides and discover how institutions can continue to promote student success as they implement extensive, remote-learning programs. With in-depth analysis and data, higher ed professionals gain critical advice and best practices from experts, administrators, instructors and students who share the long-term changes needed in policy and practice to bridge these gaps.
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