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Distance- and Blended-Learning in Global Health Research: Potentials and Challenges

Published on 6 October 2016

This article introduces a special issue journal produced by Global Health Action, focusing on ‘an important set of insights into both the opportunities and the challenges that accompany multi-institute, blended-learning health research training.

This educational approach clearly presents huge possibilities for a genuinely global exchange of skills and capacities, and it also represents an invaluable supplement to traditional, face-to-face university-based learning as well as to the MOOCs that provide free, but usually unaccredited, education to anyone with an Internet connection.’

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published by
Co-Action Publishing
authors
Lucas, H. and Kinsman, J.
journal
Global Health Action, volume 9

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