The remote classroom

Bainbridge, Jane
May 2007
Marketing (00253650);5/16/2007, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growth of electronic learning in universities, institutions and training companies in Great Britain. It was inferred that Internet forums, podcasting and web conferencing are the common methods included in the curriculum of most schools. The author stresses that electronic learning offers various benefits including the enhancement of skills and knowledge of students and trainees as well as enables institutions to save cost.


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