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Distance Learning "Distance learning" is an instructional delivery system that connects learners, regardless of their location, with educational resources. As distance learning normally occurs in a different place from teaching, it requires special techniques of course design, instructional design and communication. Distance learning uses technology to make possible new approaches to the teaching/learning process, rather than simply the addition of technology to instruction. eLearning "eLearning" is a term that refers to a broad range of electronically distributed teaching and training materials. It most commonly refers to anytime, anywhere electronic or computer-supported learning and is often associated with online courses.
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