Cultural capital, learning and ICT in a southern Italian university
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AbstractIn the university setting, e-learning courses represent a flexible resource that can tackle a range of difficulties pertaining to primary degree courses and post-graduate qualifications. With reference to the teaching of Social Science Methodology within a primary degree course in an Italian university, this article suggests that e-learning can help new students with weak cultural capital to overcome some of the difficulties that can often lead them to drop out of university.