Published by: Campus Technology

While schools have placed a great deal of attention on technology in the classroom, one instructional segment that has been left behind, it appears, is adult education. Although 86 percent of adult education administrators and practitioners said they believe that technology solutions can “effectively support” adult education, only 54 percent of students in those programs always have access on site to computers for instructional purposes. Another 36 percent have only “occasional” access, and the bulk of the remainder have even less.

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