Distance learning – a history of flexibility

Distance learning has a surprisingly long tradition of flexibility. Our Infographic tracks its growth from pre-revolutionary America to 21st Century Britain, where almost 400,000 students are currently engaged in distance learning courses. From lectures sent via phonograph and radio broadcast, to degrees delivered in the digital age, its evolution – and its reach – is staggering. Full-time professionals, housewives and husbands, teenagers, pensioners… members of all of these groups have felt the benefit of a distance learning course. Read, like and share this Infographic and hopefully it can help inspire many more educational voyages.
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