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Author(s):Venegas, K
Title:Internet inequalities: Financial aid, the internet, and low-income students
Source:http://www.pathwaystocollege.net/pdf/venegasInt...
Date:2006
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Short Description:Focuses on the web-based resources available to low-income students as they build their perceptions, make their decisions, and engage in financial aid activities.
Annotation:This article focuses on the web-based resources available to low-income students as they build their perceptions, make their decisions, and engage in financial aid activities. Data is gathered from the results of, focus groups, and case studies. Findings suggest that low-income students do have access to computers but lack the knowledge and support needed to navigate the financial aid resources available on-line.
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College Access
Documents
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
Technology

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