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This research is a review of literature concerning the development information, communication and technology (ICT) and its relationship with higher education in Cambodia. There is a concern that there is a lack of research materials linking ICT and the Cambodian higher education system. This study will explore challenges faced by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, higher education in Cambodia, critique ICT in Cambodia, and discuss the level of ICT usage.
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