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hey! iam writing a paper on online education. could anybody tell me
where on the internet, can i find information...like how the e-campus
websites are created and what is the software used, how it
works...also suggest me some books which have info regarding
e-learning etc. i appreciate ur cooperation. thank u...
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Sunny wrote:
hey! iam writing a paper on online education. could anybody tell me
where on the internet, can i find information...like how the e-campus
websites are created and what is the software used, how it
works...also suggest me some books which have info regarding
e-learning etc. i appreciate ur cooperation. thank u...


Why not approach universities that specialise in E-learning?

like lakehead university has an e-learning department
(http://www.lakeheadu.ca) but by far the most famous is Athebasca
University, which give fully accredited programs by e-learning.

http://www.athabascau.ca/
A lot of poeple go through there programs, and a lot of them are
accredited like normal university programs are.

Hope it helps.
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Sunny wrote:
hey! iam writing a paper on online education. could anybody tell me
where on the internet, can i find information...like how the e-campus
websites are created and what is the software used, how it
works...also suggest me some books which have info regarding
e-learning etc. i appreciate ur cooperation. thank u...


Perhaps you should do a case study. Find someone who is trying to learn
something from the Internet and chronicle their results. If only you
knew someone who was trying to do that...

Ray
Jul 17 '05 #3

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