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distance learning

n.
Education in which students take academic courses by accessing information and communicating with the instructor over a computer network. Also called distance education.
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distance learning

n
(Education) a teaching system consisting of video, audio, and written material designed for a person to use in studying a subject at home
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distance learning

A form of studying a subject from home rather than by attending an institution, such as by correspondence or via computer links.
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Translations
učenje na daljavo
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Learners can obtain information from virtually anywhere as technology has opened the door to distance learning.
Wells says distance learning courses can save businesses up to 20 per cent over traditional ground-based training and expects "hundreds" of students will sign up within the year.
Historically, distance learning meant correspondence study.
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The HEC had banned the distance learning programs in 2015 and all the universities' heads across the country had been informed in this regard.
From all sides (faculty, students, and institutions), the time in which distance learning was driven by early adopters has long passed.
He said the protocol being developed by a team of experts, when completed, would enable the Commission to properly regulate the Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in Nigerian universities when the ban is lifted.
Faculty working in various fields in universities in Europe, Asia, Rwanda, and Brazil present 17 chapters on how higher education institutions around the world are customizing open and distance learning systems to enhance their reach, improve quality of delivery, and make education more affordable, as well as detailing their innovative experiences, best practices, and learning experiences.
Distance Learning journal also has a new sponsoring partner, the College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University.

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