Saturday, April 14, 2012

What are the Features of Web Education?

What are the features of Web Education?

  1. Web Education is a very high form of learning. In fact, it is the most unique and revolutionary form of education being made available worldwide today. It requires an independent, self-learning style outside the walls of a classroom. In ICOU, lessons are brought to the students worldwide in an amazing speed through the use of the website, a new feature of HI-TECH COMMUNICATION.
  2. While students study at their own pace and leisure, Web Education does not mean an open-ended schedule for going through the courses. A specific time is required from the students to finish the program.
  3. The Internet/E-mail will provide the avenue for interaction between student and the professor. This means that if the student has questions about the lesson, he/she can e-mail his/her professor for answers.

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