Ten Ways Online Learning Matches, or Surpasses, Face-to-Face Learning

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Debate about the relative quality of Internet-based courses has raged almost since the advent of this new teaching and learning medium. This article by Dr. Mark Kassop, distance learning coordinator at Bergen Community College and instructor of more than 50 online classes for over 1,200 students, outlines 10 ways in which he believes that online education excels over classroom-based learning.

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