TITLE

Opening a door to the Orient

AUTHOR(S)
Little, Bob
PUB. DATE
October 2003
SOURCE
IT Training;Oct2003, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
With 1.3bn learners in China, it's no surprise the West is starting to target this potentially lucrative marketplace. And according to Sam Austrin-Miner, chief executive of SunV, a subsidiary of software reseller and distributor SunV China, the country should have 300m telephone subscribers, 300m mobile-phone users, and 200m Web surfers by 2005. "Implementing a range of e-learning materials in China, including IT training materials, has increased the need for learning management systems and content providers," says Professor Ke Kang He, director of the Institute of Modern Educational Technology at Beijing Normal University. Dr. Hong Zhang, director of the Sino-Scottish Institute at the University of Abertay Dundee, who has worked within the IT training industry in China, comments:' There is one China, but it has many faces. INSET: Ten tips to succeed in China.
ACCESSION #
11095209

 

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