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History of Distance Learning

The history of Distance Learning 1728 1840 1858 Caleb Phillips advertises private correspondence courses in the SIR ISAAC PITMAN LAUNCHES The University of London CORRESPONDENCE COURSES becomes the first to offer IN HIS NOW FAMOUS VERSION its degrees worldwide thanks Boston Gazette OF SHORTHAND to Queen Victoria! 1946 1911 1892 / 1873 The Society to Encourage The University of Queensland helps South Africa establishes distance education The University of Chicag Studies at Home is The University of becomes the first regular founded - the first educational institution a nationwide distance take off in Australia in the US to offer correspondence education program school in the US correspondence courses 1948 1953 1969 1999 E=mc? www JOHN WILKINSON Open University is establised in the UK, using radio and TV to deliver classes The internet The University of Houston offers the first televised college TAYLOR TEAMS UP revolutionises WITH NBC ั‚ะพ online study, as PROVIDE COLLEGE educational tools such as BY RADIO credit classes Blackboard, eCollege and Smarthinking are launched A 2013 2009 / 2002-2008 Over 4.6 million students, are taking at least one online course according to The Sloan Consortium The number of Almost one in four Australian students โ€“ students taking an online class rises by or approx. 298,000 people โ€“ now study off-campus 187% SOURCES 1. Brought to you by: CAREER FAQS 2. history/timeline 3. and-computer-based Courses & Career Resources 4. report%20-mapping_higher_education.pdf You are free To share -to oopy, distribute and transmt this work

History of Distance Learning

shared by gbrielle on Aug 17
Distance education has been around in some form for centuries. From the early 18th century to the digital age.


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