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Syeda Said,
December 15th, 2010 @9:02 pm  

Web technology has significantly changed the exchange of information, allowing anyone with access to a personal computer with on-line capability the opportunity to gather substantial materials from diverse and wide-ranging sources. Computer literacy and Internet facility are still not universal skills, though more and more individuals are becoming skilled at using computers and at accessing the Internet. By creating a digital framework in which a community of peers can evaluate and organize these efforts, we can begin to build not only an increasingly robust and complex array of learning opportunities for adult students of diverse and often entrenched learning styles, but the knowledge base by which their teachers can establish best practices, pedagogical strategies, and an in understanding of their endeavor. The Internet has had a profound impact on the ways in which many different tasks are accomplished.

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