Many citizens of developing countries cannot access online learning due to various structural and economic barriers. Because current models of online education such as Udacity and Khan Academy require high internet bandwidth for videos and teleconferencing capabilities, people hoping to learn in developing countries cannot participate. A survey was conducted consisting of about 150 respondents from both urban and rural areas in Nigeria in September 2019. Of the 150 respondents to the survey, 49% of them have taken an online course before and of that 49%, 80% of them have had issues with online ...
(For more, see "View full record.")