Mega-universities and Knowledge Media: Technology Strategies for Higher Education
Many campus universities are now adopting and adapting distance education for some of their activities. Sir John Daniel discusses the changing role of distance education and training and how to gain a competitive advantage. The central question of the book is how the knowledge media can contribute to the renewal of universities, particularly through the further development of distance learning. Part of the book examines universities that have risen to the challenges of cost and accessibility by using technology in its widest sense.
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