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Resta Paul & Laferrière Thérèse (2008). « Issues and Challenges Related to Digital Equity ». In Voogt Joke & Knezek Gerald (dir.). International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education. Vol. 20. New York : Springer US. 765–778 
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Resource type: Book Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-0-387-73315-9
BibTeX citation key: Resta2008
Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie, TICE
Creators: Knezek, Laferrière, Resta, Voogt
Publisher: Springer {US} (New York)
Collection: International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education
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URLs     http://www.springe ... 6j155400/abstract/
Although there has been significant growth worldwide in access to computers and the Internet, the digital divide continues to be a major form of social and economic exclusion for many peoples across the globe. This section focuses on research related to digital-related issues and challenges encountered in the field of primary and secondary education. Five issues and related challenges and possible strategies are identified: 1) access to hardware, software and connectivity to the Internet; 2) access to meaningful, high quality, culturally relevant content in local languages; 3) access to educators who know how to use digital tools and resources; 4) access to high quality research on the application of digital technologies to enhance learning; 5) access to content creation.
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