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When it comes to E-learning

Ubiquity, Volume 2007 Issue October | BY Joseph Bih 


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E-learning is fast becoming a major learning and skills delivery method within larger companies as a staff development tool. Survey shows that among American colleges and universities in 2002, 11% of students took an online course, 97 % of public institutions offered at least one online or blended course, 49% offered an online degree program, and 67% considering e-learning a critical long-term strategy for their institution. The questions about e-learning have become "how", "why" and "with what outcomes.

[This article is available as a PDF only. It originally appeared on Ubiquity, Volume 8, Issue 43 (October 30, 2007 - November 5, 2007).]


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