Technology in distance education: Turbo charging the horse and buggy
AbstractThis paper argues that educationists will have to re-consider their present attitudes to education if the full potential of technology is to be realised in distance education. In particular the paper addresses the issues of structure and external studies, the needs of education and training and the need to explore the concept of open learning.
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