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I WAANA KNOW WHAT EXACTLY IS FREE DISTANCE EDUCATION?

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Asked by vishalpatade Saturday Dec 29th 2007 in Other - Education
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Distance education one of the latest education system, through this system candidates can attend the classes using the latest technology like internet. Through the distance education, candidate needs to just enroll for the degree and he can appear exams online, without leaving his place.

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Hi Vishal,

Free distance education usually applies to coursework that is available freely to people around the world over the internet or by mail in some cases. This type of education rarely comes with a diploma, degree, or certification of some kind. That is the downside. However at the same time if that is something you are not concerned with, you can get an ivy league education without any cost to you. So you can take distance education courses from some well known colleges like MIT and Stanford because to their free open courseware policies.

Distance-Education.org has some articles on the subject that I believe would be of assistance to you. They both focus on free course ware opportunities and distance learning websites you can use for free. They are:

http://www.distance-education.org/Articles/Open-Courseware--How-You-Can-Take-Classes-at-MIT--Stanford--or-Harvard-for-Free-45.html


http://www.distance-education.org/Articles/135-Completely-Free-Distance-Education-Courses-26.html

You can also take a look at our course catalog of over 700 distance education courses that are very affordable that do come with career certifications and certificates of completion.

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