The Virtual University: The Internet and Resource-based Learning

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Steve Ryan
Kogan Page, 2000 - Education - 204 pages
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Education is changing through improved technology and the widening access to it. This is a discussion of this increased accessibility to the Internet and how this has lead to a variety of resources being used for learning. Resource-based learning is flexible and can be used locally or globally and is an integral part of education. Case studies and examples show the benefits of using the Internet as part of resource-based learning.

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Howard Freeman in a Senior Lecturer in educational media in the CETD.

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