Australia's digital divide is not going away
Email Twitter97 Facebook101 LinkedIn Print Despite large investments in the National Broadband Network, the “digital divide” in Australia remains largely unchanged, according to a new report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The Australian Household Use of Information Technology report says we are doing more online, and we are using an increasing number of connected devices. Our homes are more connected. However, the number of people using the internet is not growing, and the basic parameters of digital inequality in Australia – age, geography, education and income – continue to define access to and uses of online resources.
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Appreciate this article by @dr_bph but trying to work out why it is making me uncomfortable & even angry... In 2003 in Bangladesh at ISD we implemented 1:1 learning & had some of these issues - by 2018 in Oz there should be more progress than this?
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