Telelearning Via the Internet

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Idea Group Pub., Jan 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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The Internet and its different tools have brought momentous changes in the way people think, create, store, disseminate and acquire knowledge. Easier access to Internet information resources, the ability to find timely information from different sources such as onlilne databases, and instantaneous communication with experts worldwide, have helped create innovative learning environments and opportunities for learners. These transformations have been reshaping the learning environment, whether in educational institutions or in professional organizations and have led to the emerging of the new phenomenon known as telelearning via the Internet.

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David Wright is Assistant Professor of English and African American Studies at the University of Illinois. The recipient of the Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Award, he has written for The Southern Review, The Kenyon Review, and the African American Review. David Zoby teaches at Casper College in
Wyoming. His work has appeared in The Southern Poetry Review, the Georgia State Review, and elsewhere.

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