According to Figure 8, approximately two-thirds of survey participants accessed the MoM course from Home and one-third of participants accessed the MoM course from Work. In regards to bandwidth, data in Figure 9 indicated that nearly all survey participants had Good or High bandwidth. Small groups indicated using Mobile based data (N=11) and Dial-up (N=11). Data from Figure 10 indicates that survey participants primarily accessed the course using a Laptop (N=103), or Desktop computer (N=72).
The findings reveal that a clear majority of survey participants accessed the course from home or work with good or high bandwidth and from a laptop or desktop computer. Few other generalizations can be made from this data. Mapping such data to geographical and other demographic information would offer better insights into issues of access. As will be noted in the qualitative analysis that follows, many participants emanated from emerging world countries, where the distribution of technology and bandwidth are far more uneven compared to what is available in industrialized countries. It is unclear if bandwidth, or other issues related to access may affected engagement in the MoM course for some participants.