Developing countries in the e-learning era

Developing countries in the e-learning era

Publisher: IIEP
Serie: Fundamentals of educational planning
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In addition to reducing geographical isolation, distanceeducation, thanks to its more favourable cost structure,allows the monitoring of social and economic remoteness.It may thus have much to offer for developing countries.Digital technologies not only bring remote populationscloser, they also permit the development of adapted anddiversified pedagogical models, with an economicapproach aiming at more than just economies of scale.In this book, Christian Depover and François Orivelexamine some of the ways developing countries – inparticular on the African continent, where needs oftenexceed resources – might benefit from distanceeducation. The authors give particular attention tothe development of higher education, its quality,productivity, and cost control.

Authors François Orivel,Christian Depover
ISBN 978-92-803-1364-2
Date of publication 2013
Number of pages 87 p.

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