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Words related to correspondence course

a course offered (by mail) by a correspondence school

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Address : Attn: Director, Directorate of Correspondence Courses and Distance Education
3 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court on Friday ruled that technical education cannot be provided through the process of correspondence courses.
Miim has devised the correspondence course for students, keeping in view the willingness of their parents.
For almost a hundred years, the College employed a paper-based methodology to deliver PME via correspondence courses to officers where they lived and worked.
The governor said her daughter is enrolled in regular high school and has taken correspondence courses.
At Coastline, where we are known as one of the pioneers of distance learning, we led the change in delivery modes from correspondence courses and telecourses, to the online, PDA, and cell phone modes of course delivery that are popular today.
This program employed correspondence courses as its only medium of instruction.
Judge Advocates who fail to complete Phase I correspondence courses and writing exercises by 1 November 2008 will not be cleared to attend the 2009 JAOAC.
Helmut said newsletter sales have increased markedly, while correspondence courses, e-mail services, and event are also gaining popularity in the company's product mix.
Similar to the plethora of distance education correspondence courses available, "Online training is a tremendous tool" allowing people to study in their own time, at their own pace, and at a smaller cost.
On November 27 [2005] the New York Times reported that the NCAA allows high school student-athletes to use correspondence courses to meet eligibility requirements.
She is happy and studying for GCSEs through correspondence courses.
Its traditional paper-based correspondence courses still command a large slice of Japan's lifetime learning market, with over 250,000 annual users.
The evolution of various instructional delivery methods of distance education has included such mediums as correspondence courses, radio, television, and videotapes (Fender, 1999).
Axe these new phrases for traditional correspondence courses or correspondence courses offered using a CD, DVD, or the World Wide Web?
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