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TechKnowLogia: International Journal for the Advancement of Knowledge and Learning
Long before the term "Digital Divide" became a common term to describe gaps between the rich and poor in the effective access and use of information technology (IT), most policy makers, researchers and practitioners could at least agree on one thing: Reaching the poorest of the poor was going to be the most difficult of challenges.
Originally published in TechKnowLogia by Knowledge Enterprise, LLC. The journal has since ceased.
Wagner, Daniel A., "IT and Education for the Poorest of the Poor: Constraints, Possibilities, and Principles" (2001). Journal Articles (Literacy.org). 14.
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Date Posted: 25 April 2018