Friday, November 19, 2010

Online education in developing countries

What we see, education systems back and forth is an open and distance learning institutions with a strong association between them. Delivery is increasingly electronic, and we see this education systems, such as information technology systems.

Are these developments in the interests of developing countries? We need the facts reported moderate over the concerns of access to education, both in terms of knowledge of pupils and their own cultural perspectives and in terms of access to technology, access to education. This provision has various forms of correspondence schools, radio broadcasts for normal, radio and poster campaigns to promote literacy, health and other topics supplement, and made further formal education programs online. Programs in both countries suffered from inadequate funding (10% and less than 5% of expenditure on education is, respectively, Tanzania and Zimbabwe). Neither country has developed its own Open University. In 1993, the University of Zimbabwe's Social Education Centre, which is now established around 1,500 students.

Online Education saves travel to the campus with educational institutions and students, and be placed in the center to build. Developing countries may simply not be able to finance transnational education.

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