Saturday, January 14, 2006

Connect the Dots

From AP Education:
"At some schools, online courses- originally intended for nontraditional students living far from campus- have proved surprisingly popular with on-campus students."

From The Saskatoon University Sheaf:
"So, technology has managed to reduce the time it takes to get things done, and has offered us, as students, the convenience to do things on our own time, but it has and will continue to disrupt the ways we are taught to communicate. We are constantly learning to be indirect, passive, and detached: qualities that no one would consider desirable."

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