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Capacity of a communication channel to carry information. It’s related to the size of the wire that connects computers in a network and how much information can flow over it. The more bandwidth available, the faster information can flow. Bandwidth limitations can make e-learning using high-level video, graphics, and even audio very difficult. It’s the same reason surfing the net can be so slow at times.[1]


  1. (11 March 2008), Rapid Instructional Design, Learning ID Fast and Right. George M. Piskurich, 2006