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PhD researchers on digital divide

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I am compiling a directory of PhD students doing research on the digital divide (either within one country or globally). The purpose of this directory is to help PhD researchers on the digital divide stay in touch with each other. I'll e-mail a copy of this directory when it's completed to all those who submit.

If you are a PhD student doing research on the digital divide, you may participate by sending the following form back to me by e-mail ( by May 30, 2001. I'll then compile whatever information I've received and send it back to all those who have replied. Feel free to pass this on to others that you know are doing PhD research on the digital divide.

Mark Warschauer
UC Irvine Dept. of Education,

When sending in this message, please leave the phrase "PhD researchers on digital divide" as part of the subject line. Return the following section only (beginning with the line "Name:"), in plain unformatted text. E-mail by May 30, 2001 to Mark Warschauer <>.

E-Mail Address:
URL (if applicable):
Name of department or PhD program:
Expected year of graduation (approximate):
PhD dissertation title or topic:
Brief description of research topic or plans (optional, one paragraph):

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