Cyberschools: An Education Renaissance

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Ibooks, 2002 - Education - 214 pages
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In Cyberschools: An Education Renaissance, author and educational entrepreneur Glenn R. Jones identifies several influences that are forcing change in educational institutions and addresses how online learning and electronic delivery of information can be critical tools to assist educational, business and community leaders and individuals in making these changes. He also examines: the rising costs of higher education; the changing characteristics of the adult student; the development of a global learning community; the transformation of the world to a knowledge society; and how the Internet and television can provide a less costly and more efficient means of providing education to a diverse student population. Cyberschools: An Education Renaissance is a good reference for anyone interested in the underlying fundamentals of distance learning, and also provides the reader with a number of successful distance learning programs currently available.

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Advances in information technology and changing student demographics are quickly reshaping higher education in the United States. Few would disagree with this point, but this reviewer has rarely ... Read full review


The Global Education Challenge
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Jones is founder and chief executive officer of Jones International, Ltd. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law and the Stanford University Business School Executive Program.

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