Abstract

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have brought many new challenges for adult education. In this qualitative study, a framework is proposed to address the disparity known as the Digital Divide in a persistently impoverished rural county in the southern United States.

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Adult Education and Technology in a Rural County: The Irony of Persistent Poverty and ‘Progress’ in the Information Age

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have brought many new challenges for adult education. In this qualitative study, a framework is proposed to address the disparity known as the Digital Divide in a persistently impoverished rural county in the southern United States.