Requirements Quality Online Courses
Dragan Damjanović
Master of Science, Zrenjanin, Serbia.
DOI: 10.4236/iim.2014.63010   PDF   HTML   XML   3,164 Downloads   4,307 Views   Citations

Abstract

Every day on the Internet appear online courses (good, bad, free, expensive, legal, illegal, ...). They can be of great benefit, especially to people who, because of a lack of free time can not attend face-to-face teaching, and have a duty of continuous professional development. In this great offer, it is really difficult to choose the right one that will fully meet the strict criteria. In this paper, we point to the conditions and requirements that may significantly facilitate students making their final decision regarding the selection of different forms of online training.

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Damjanović, D. (2014) Requirements Quality Online Courses. Intelligent Information Management, 6, 89-96. doi: 10.4236/iim.2014.63010.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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[3] The National Council for Higher Education (2009) Instructions for the Preparation of Documents for the Accreditation of Degree Programs at a Distance.

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