E-Learning and Role of World Wide Web in E-Learning

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Jahankhani, Hossein;
  • Publisher: University of East London, School of Architecture Computing and Engineering

This paper reviews some of the aspects of the E-learning through the World Wide Web. E-revolution as new phenomenon influenced the society by its means and strategies. E-learning is one of the sub-products of E-revolution, towards making more convenient and effective le... View more
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