Students use distance learning to take high school, college, technical, or vocational courses. Students learn at a distance using combinations of textbooks, lessons, workbooks, video and audio tapes, computer conferencing, and course information delivered by CD-ROM, the Internet, satellite TV, cable TV and email. They may take a single course or many courses to complete a degree program. Most programs require no physical attendance at the school's campus.
Modified on: Fri, 9 Dec, 2016 at 6:50 AM
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