Technology has exploded in higher education, as new computers, smartphones, and tablets are released that can provide faculty and students better opportunities to teach content and learn new material, U.S. News reports. While technology can potentially improve connections between students and educators, there may still be challenges on the school's end with providing Internet access and support for all. U.S. News is highlighting colleges and universities that excel in these areas with its first-ever ranking of the Most Connected Colleges. Questions about online services were included in U.S. News's survey of schools for the 2013 Best Colleges rankings, published in...

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