TITLE

Norway's e-learning journey

AUTHOR(S)
Howells, Jan
PUB. DATE
July 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Jul/Aug2003, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Norway may be a large, sparsely populated country littered with mountains, fjords and glaciers— a place that rarely gives news — but it definitely isn't being left behind on the technology superhighway. While sea food ranks second to oil as the country's largest export, software development and information technology (IT) training are very important to its economy. However, one of the biggest hurdles the country faces is actually getting its message out and telling the world that training and software development is high on its agenda.
ACCESSION #
10580353

 

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