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New research from Adobe’s Digital Campus 2013 Report (a survey of 1000 students paying the new, higher tuition fees) reveals a gap between the ICT provision students expected to have before they started their course, and what they are actually getting. As many as half only have access to basic tools such as internet, email and basic programmes, falling short of the 82% who expected their university to go above and beyond a basic technology provision before they started their course.

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