Engineering Education: Online and Distance Programmes
This policy brief outlines current online engineering programmes and their structures, and provides recommendations to universities and regulatory bodies who are seeking to offer this programme online. // The information and data in this policy brief is based on the report on the "Status of Research and Engineering Programmes Offered Online" <http://hdl.handle.net/11599/3050>.
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