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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Domestic universities offer e-learning to more students | Education - VietNamNet Bridge

More universities in Vietnam are taking advantage of IT to improve access to higher education and the quality of training.
HCM City Open University offers e-learning courses.
Photo: courtesy of the university
Dr Vu Huu Duc, Vice Rector of HCM City Open University, said that the university’s many e-learning courses had helped students save time and money. E-learning courses are provided in accounting, law, auditing of international business, and other majors.

By 2020, the university will expand e-learning courses in technology, Duc said, adding that it had set up an e-learning centre to manage the courses.

At the university’s Department of Accounting and Auditing, for instance, students study 90 percent of theory online and come to the university campus for practical lessons.   

Dr Nguyen Quoc Chinh, Director of the Centre for Educational Testing and Quality Assessment under Vietnam National University - HCM City, said that its three member universities were developing distance learning and blended learning in which students view lectures, access readings, ask questions, and complete assignments online in virtual learning environments...

The e-learning methodology is useful for traditional learning courses, he said, adding that its 2,000 lecturers and officials were asked to help set up an electronic system.
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Source: VietNamNet Bridge