Lifelong Learning through the New Information Technologies
Higher Education Policy Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 0952-8733
A discussion of the role of information technology in lifelong learning looks at such issues as the speed of technological and educational change and its relationship to policy formation and the use of policy to support experimentation. Some lifelong learning providers on-line in California and the West are described, and the Western Governors University is discussed in greater detail. (MSE)
Trow, M. (1999). Lifelong Learning through the New Information Technologies. Higher Education Policy, 12(2), 201.
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