In 2002, the University of New England, Australia's longest continuous provider of distance education, adopted video-conferencing to allow for: 1) synchronous communication not affected by obvious audio delay; 2) use of face-to-face interactive teaching and learning experiences at a distance; 3) student control of learning, engagement in active learning; and 4) reliable teacher-to-student and student-to-student audio-visual communication. By 2007 uses of Internet-based videoconferencing included...

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9.4.3 Deliver education and training
9.7.2 Provide mechanisms for internal communication
9.4.2 Develop education and training programs.

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