Distance learning is no substitute for real-world education

Tweney, Dylan
May 1999
InfoWorld;05/17/99, Vol. 21 Issue 20, p66
Trade Publication
Discusses the advantages of real-world education over education in the Internet called distant education. Importance of Internet in college study; Prediction on the growth of distant learning; Creation of portal technologies for colleges.


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