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  1. norbert boruett
    April 9, 2013 - 2:19 am

    Bates report clearly summarizes the challenges inherent with e learning or virtual learning as many people have come to refer to them, The report actually retaliates the obvious, institutions cannot ignore technology and engage in lengthily discourses about the merits and demerits of online learning. Economic sense dictates that institutions have to enroll more students and deliver courses in flexible manner so that students can consume it anytime and anywhere- how else if not by technology. There is need to also to evaluate the tools and pedagogic approaches of online training. The need to support champions of e learning and support them, more Government support is required to ensure that technological and financial inputs can be availed to institutions.

  2. Distance Learning
    April 10, 2013 - 1:38 am

    Online learning is a very good and latest education technique to complete his own pending education and to learn some more. Because online learning are provide class room free study and so much flexibility in learning so why we don’t try this for our best carrier growth. Nice post and very good blog Thank’s.

  3. Howard Davis
    April 10, 2013 - 10:36 am

    “Reading this report was like peering over the wall of a monastery watching the monks diligently tending their vegetables with trowels and hoes, then along comes someone who suggests that they might want to use a tractor.”

    Tony,

    Having worked in a monastery and in academe, I can tell you that your analogy is more than apt.

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