publication . Article . 2009

The global campus project: using e-learning to extend access to new polpulations of students.

Milankovic-Atkinson, Maya; Sadler, Chris;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jun 2009
  • Publisher: Serbian Academic Library Association
Abstract
The Global Campus (GC) project started in May 1999 between the School of Computing Science (SCS) of Middlesex University (MU) and the Regional Information Technology and Software Engineering Centre (RITSEC) in Cairo[1]. RITSEC were keen to further develop their collaboration with Middlesex University and it was decided to launch a complete MSc programme in Distance Learning (DL) mode. This was in line with the University strategy to expand its provision overseas to meet the vast demand for British higher education abroad by offering e-learning supported programmes to provide access to students who would otherwise be unable to benefit due to the prohibitive costs...
Subjects
acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
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