Ignore the naysayers: online teaching works, and it works well

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Students take easily to technology and are turning in better quality work, says Professor Peter Cochrane

I have been attending and presenting at conferences on virtual education for over 30 years, and despite the visible success of the UK Open University, the naysayers always have the upper hand. They...

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