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THE COSTS AND COSTING OF NETWORKED LEARNING Greville Rumble Professor of Distance Education Management The Open University



The development of networked learning and the increasing development of online courses by both traditional and distance education institutions has raised many questions concerning the costs of online learning relative to both face-to-face teaching and other approaches to distance education. Additionally, attention has turned to the problem of costing networked learning, though as yet little progress has been made. This paper discusses both the emerging evidence on the costs of networked learning, relative to other forms of education, and its costing

Topics: KEY WORDS Networked Learning, Online Education, Distance Education, Economics, Costs, Costing
Year: 2001
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