Internet and Education

Courtesy:  Inquirer.net

“The government needs to make Internet access a priority,” San Francisco-based technology consultant Ulrik McKnight, who works with firms in India, Europe and the US, told AFP.

“Imagine the impact it could have on education. It’s much cheaper to post course material online and give aspiring students a net connection than build colleges in every village.

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