Real Ed., Microsoft, Simon & Schuster partner on distance learning shows

February 1998
Electronic Education Report;02/11/98, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
Discloses that Internet content distributor Real Education has formed a marketing partnership with Microsoft Corp. and Simon & Schuster through which the three companies will sponsor a series of distance learning seminars across the United States in 1998. Aim to raise awareness of online learning as a viable higher education alternative; Number of students who took some sort of distance learning course in 1997.


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