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This chapter explores the realities of higher education students' digital learning abilities, as well as whether a cost-effecitve, digitally delivered learning platform is able to transfer knowledge and facilitate effective learning. This is achieved through a review of the reasrch literature, and the students' persepectives, measured through online surveys conducted at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), a regional Australian university.
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