Swiss 'virtual campus' push at universities

February 2004
IT Training;Feb2004, p11
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Switzerland's higher education institutions are piloting a virtual campus in an e-learning initiative. The Swiss Virtual Campus program, funded by the government, is designed to support information and communication technology. The scheme is running on WebCT Vista and will support a variety of courses including IT, medicine and life sciences.


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