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This paper presents a report on Online Education, or Distance Leaarning as the wave of the future. It explains what the topic is, discusses the merits of continuing education, tuition reimbursement of employees.
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I Introduction Online education is a rapidly growing phenomenon on the Web and thetechnology of the internet is reshaping schools and universities worldwide Volery and Lord It was originally designed to cater to studentsdisadvantaged by their geographical remoteness from university campuses Distance learning existed before the advent of the internet and replacedthe face-to-face necessity of teacher and student The internet hasextended this concept technologically It was originally limited totechnological fields such as mathematics engineering and design but nowcovers everything from linguistics to

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