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CHINA'S FUTURE WITH DISTANCE EDUCATION: Rhetoric and realities

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China has a long history of distance education with one of the largest and longest standing television distance delivery systems in the world. However, with the advent of online learning environments, China must face a brave new world of innovation. This paper examines the political rhethoric surrounding the allocation of funds and energies to online learning and considers critical components of that rhetoric including democracy, market driven education, open access, as well as issues of power, customization, and globalization which affect the ways in which China adopts new online learning technologies.
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Keywords: DISTANCE LEARNING; EMPOWER; GOVERNMENT CALL; HIGHER EDUCATION; INTERNET; OPEN ACCESS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2000

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