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In October 2003, the Princeton Review released the findings of a study designed to rank 351 U.S. college campuses on their investments in computer and Internet resources. The results of the study are available exclusively at this Web site. Each campus's ranking was based on a number of areas of technological sophistication, including online registration and courses, computer proficiency requirements for graduating students, and presence of a wireless network. In addition to the complete results for all 351 campuses, the methodology used to collect the data is discussed.
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