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How connectivity and collaboration are transforming distance learning

Colin Rosam, Internal Sales Manager, Healthcare, Higher Education and Further Education at IT supplier, Misco (www.misco.co.uk) writes:

The market for distance learning

Distance learning accounts for a significant proportion of the higher education sector’s revenue. Rising fees for full time on-campus degrees, changes to visa regulations and increasing adoption of online and collaborative technologies have resulted in many students opting to study remotely.  Distance learning also provides many students who are living with disabilities with a more accessible route to further education qualifications.