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What is the difference between distance education and distance learning?

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Asked by krisna Friday Jan 16th 2009 in Online Colleges
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Typically nothing, the words of used interchangeably. Both of the terms are used to describe the method of education that is uses a non-traditional type of learning process, such as the internet based classrooms.

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