IT holes in the digital education revolution

Ongoing problems with online delivery of courses in many of our institutions won't be solved by the NBN alone.

As the Federal Government presses justifications for its $37 billion National Broadband Network, basic education infrastructure moulders with students turning to Facebook to fill in the gaps.

Such an example of the NBN as answer in search of a question was offered at Cisco's annual "Live" gathering in Melbourne last week. Cisco provides data centres to NBN Co, the company building the network.

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