Distance Learning Courses
14/11/2014 Distance Learning Courses
These programmes failed to realise their promises because they were confronted by a fundamental trade-off between quality-personalised education and quantity. As there was no interaction between the students and also with the faculty, and therefore the quality of education was very poor. The student had to work on his own to understand the subjects and prepare for the examinations. This eventually led to a widespread dissatisfaction with the quality of correspondence education.