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Providing Library support and teaching for online students in the context of Internet Control.
The contemporary role of citizenship is now integrated in an online, digital and interconnected context, reflecting personal online presence, interactions, and participation in communities for individuals as lifelong learners, across spheres of global information, democratic participation and for access to educational resources. However barriers persist for those engaging in the global, online environment; barriers include financial access to resources, barriers relating to equalities, gender or class and technical barriers - often political in context where access to the interconnected world can present significant challenges or detriment for equality of access, expression and participation. The presentation will explore the evidence for trends in Internet Control drawn from the literature (also drawing on experiences from professional practice); the presentation will offer some potential solutions and observances for assisting those impacted by these issues in overcoming Internet Control and its associated challenges for access to education and information.