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The New Technologies and Borderless Higher Education: the Quality Imperative
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Higher Education in Europe Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 0379-7724

Abstract

Development of quality-assurance mechanisms for course and program offerings delivered internationally is lagging; only the United States, Australia, and Hong Kong have taken steps to regulate the quality of such imported or exported offerings. A nongovernmental organization, the Global Alliance for Transnational Education, created in 1995, will certify quality in such programs, including those delivered by electronic means. (Author/MSE)

Citation

Lenn, M.P. (1998). The New Technologies and Borderless Higher Education: the Quality Imperative. Higher Education in Europe, 23(2), 241. Retrieved September 22, 2019 from .

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