EDTECH INNOVATION IN ONLINE EDUCATION

| April 19, 2019

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The early days of online education looked suspiciously similar to traditional classes taken in brick-and-mortar classrooms.You matriculated for a course, purchased your books or downloaded materials, and attend class via computer – on the day and time set by the school or professor. Eventually, online courseware included opportunities for digital networking, conversing in chat rooms, and sharing computer screens. The courses were exclusive; those without computer access were left out.

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