Learning from a Distance

Traditional education institutions are recognizing the competition.



The world's body of knowledge is said to double every 10 years. How do you keep up with it all? Seminars, association meetings, and in-house training programs (and executive education for the select few), used to be enough. But to provide more education in less time, many organizations are using distance learning to bring live training to employees' desktops. It can broaden the reach of traditional religious

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