One way to reach the use of networks in online learning is to build a traditional university-based higher education model, lectures and tutorials and overlap them with telecommunications to be distant. Let's look at the ingredients one by one.
Lectures can be televised, one artist will be screened at a location on large screens in a remote auditorium, or even with industrial interest or homes. In the late 1980s, EuroPACE was supported by a number of trade organizations. The international authorities were filmed in the studios, lectured on their topic. These lectures were transmitted via satellite to subscribers who regularly recorded the programs on their own site and viewed the material. Learners in the material can contact the lecturer in the coming months if they decide. The company was abolished several years after trying to resurrect it. It seems that due to the distant departure of the student, it has not been possible to raise questions and other tools in the learning process.
Some levels of live interaction and interaction can be introduced by answering questions. for example, after a lecture, such as a loud link from a remote location to the artist as a television phone program. Some universities that work in multiple locations, such as De Montfort and the University of London at the University of the United Kingdom, can also make two-way video links based on a video telephony model. Some success is anecdotal, though many performers are reluctant to use the facilities and need training for their use.
The relationship between faculty and students is related to facsimile portraits through portraying seminars to e-mail exchanges. Individuals working in the technical departments of universities such as computing have long been doing this, but non-technical departments using e-mails are "unnatural" and unloved.
Email was also used for evaluation purposes. The United Kingdom's Ceilidh project tried to formalize this, providing services for collecting student assignments, submitting submissions, organizing, collecting and recording notes and nominations by rapporteurs, and sending the material electronically to the student. They run a similar system to an open university that is organized around a number of commercial products with the added concern of verifying submissions to avoid possible fraud – there is always concern about mass education
Students should have access to the reading material to supplement knowledge through lectures . In some disciplines, consideration of alternative aspects that may appear in different works may be an important part of the study. The students either bought or borrowed books and libraries were an integral part of any campus. The rising prices of books and the need for libraries have been used to keep digital libraries in multiple copies – see, for example, the special edition of ACM's communications. Some universities already use digital libraries.
This use of telecommunications to increase the university education of traditional universities is a style of distance education where centrally casted performances can be viewed remotely on television. Students can ask remotely questions on the phone. Students can interact with their tutors and tutors by using e-mail, so they can even send orders. Electronic access to libraries.
But is this really the way? This is the Right Way for Developing Countries
The most important thing that distinguishes online learning from traditional education is a situation that the student finds himself. The student is studying independently, without access to libraries, or by local experts or other students to help with learning problems. In order to understand the full potential of distance education, it is important to understand the importance of online learning without the need for networks. There are many institutions around the world that offer open and distance learning courses – the Learning Commonwealth ICDL database lists 836 countries around the world. All of these are in many communities and show what they offer, and then we look at our own institution, the United Open University
. The most important thing to distinguish between developing countries from developed countries, the level of infrastructure available funds and the funds available to invest in capital-intensive education methods