connectivity or connectivities?

coomin

Member
Japanese
In the sentence below, should I say "connectivities" or is "connectivity" OK?

"The office coordinates necessary support services by promoting on and off campus connectivity."
 
  • coomin

    Member
    Japanese
    Which sorts of connectivity were you thinking of? Please name them all. :thumbsup:
      I mean the connectivity of staff members throughout the college regardless of departments or offices they belong to, and the connectivity between the college and other organizations such as hospitals and the juvenile counseling office, etc.
     

    PaulQ

    Senior Member
    UK
    English - England
    I would suggest: "The office coordinates necessary support services by promoting on and off campus networking."

    Connectivity would usually refer to WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, WLANs and LANs, etc.
     

    coomin

    Member
    Japanese
    Thank you. I saw someone using the word connectivity to mean the band of people I guess it was a mistake.
     
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