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Online Learning from an International Perspective
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Educational Media International Volume 39, Number 1, ISSN 0952-3987

Abstract

Discusses developments in international online learning and suggests ways for people to build courses from their own cultural perspectives. Highlights include advantages of international collaboration; differences in cultural environments; and resources for bringing online communities together to discuss topics of common interest. (Author/LRW)

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McIsaac, M.S. (2002). Online Learning from an International Perspective. Educational Media International, 39(1), 17-21. Retrieved April 24, 2019 from .

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