The Global Electronic University
American Journal of Distance Education Volume 2, Number 2,
Describes plans to create a Global University Consortium, i.e., a worldwide educational electronic network of universities, businesses, and governmental, nongovernmental, and community organizations. Topics discussed include quality education; transcultural unity; moral leadership; academic freedom; peace-gaming; participation of less developed nations; and the Global Systems Analysis and Simulation (GLOSAS) Project. (11 references) (LRW)
Utsumi, T. (1988). The Global Electronic University. American Journal of Distance Education, 2(2), 57-67.
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