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Collaborative Trends in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Karamat2009CollaborativeTI,
  title={Collaborative Trends in Higher Education},
  author={Parwaiz Karamat and Krassie Petrova},
  year={2009}
}
The emerging information and communications technologies (ICT) have the potential to strengthen education and make universities more responsive to the needs of their students. The emergence and the proliferation of models for online and flexible learning initiated a process of convergence between the traditionally distinct and separate distance education and faceto-face education as universities are becoming increasingly enabled to collaborate and develop innovative teaching initiatives. This… 

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