Digital reality in supporting students' learning, the challenges and opportunities

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Nortcliffe, A. 2021. Digital reality in supporting students' learning, the challenges and opportunities. Education Technology Insights.
AuthorsNortcliffe, A.
Abstract

Current research refers to digital poverty as a developing issue countrywide. Burgress (2020) highlights that a fifth of households have no digital access at home and an Office for Students (2020) survey highlights that 52% of students at home during the pandemic had unreliable internet connection and 18% had no access to a computer, laptop or tablet.

KeywordsDigital poverty; Smart technology; Technology learning; Learning management
Year2021
JournalEducation Technology Insights
PublisherEducation Technology Insights
Official URLhttps://learning-management-system.educationtechnologyinsights.com/cxoinsights/digital-reality-in-supporting-student-learning-the-challenges-and-opportunities-nid-1505.html
Publication dates
OnlineOct 2021
Publication process dates
Deposited30 Jun 2022
Accepted author manuscript
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Restricted
Output statusPublished
References

Burgess, G., 2020. Beyond the pandemic: tackle the digital divide. [online] University of Cambridge. Available at: <https://www.cam.ac.uk/stories/BeyondThePandemic_digitaldivide> [Accessed 8 February 2021].
Inebode, R., 2021. The Use of Digital Technologies in Higher Education: Benefits and Challenges Before, During and After COVID-19, Final Year Project in partial fulfilment of the requirement for
the BSc in Information Technology at Canterbury Christ Church University
Office for Students, 2020. ‘Digital poverty’ risks leaving students behind – Office for Students. [online] Officeforstudents.org.uk. Available at: <https://www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/press-and-... [Accessed 8 February 2021].

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