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Part II: Online Education in Europe: An Analysis of Ireland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, and International Study Circles

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Online Education in Europe: An Analysis of Ireland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, and International Study Circles
Online education in Europe: An analysis of Ireland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, and international study circles

We make out of the quarrel with others, rhetoric, but of the quarrel with ourselves, poetry.

—W. B. Yeats

To the western mind, Europe is full of history, steadfastness, diligence. It is an old place. It's where we come from, but less often where we are going to. It is seen more as a place of poetry, literature, and art than as a place of innovation. It is somehow fitting, then, that one of the main themes in Simpson's chapter on e-learning in the United Kingdom is retention. For the Europeans, online learning is not just ...

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