Podcast: The Key with Inside Higher Ed: Higher Ed’s New Digital Divide
Posted by Inside Higher Ed on March 16, 2021
Inequality in digital access is not a new problem in higher education – but COVID-19 has spotlighted just how much some students struggle to stay connected to their colleges and universities because they lack adequate technology, sufficient internet access or safe, quiet places to study. This week’s episode of The Key delves into topics such as digital inequity, broadband access for online education, and digital literacy. Plus, we hear from a university student about her experiences staying connected during COVID. Hosted by Inside Higher Ed‘s Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman.
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