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E-Learning: Paradigm Shift in Education

@article{Desai2008ELearningPS,
  title={E-Learning: Paradigm Shift in Education},
  author={Mayur S. Desai and Jeff G Hart and Thomas C. Richards},
  journal={Education 3-13},
  year={2008},
  volume={129},
  pages={327-334}
}
Higher education is beginning to change in response to providing educational opportunities to an increasing diverse population of students. A new type of university emerged in the last 25 years which John Daniel (1996) thinks will hold lessons for the renewal of all universities. Called "mega-universities" since they enroll over 100,000 students each, they provide a powerful response to access and costs. The largest "mega-university" is the China Central Radio and Television University, with… 

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