History of Virtual Learning Environments in The 1990s

In the history of virtual learning environments, the 1990s was a time of growth, primarily due to the advent of the affordable computer and of the Internet.

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History Of Virtual Learning Environments In The 1990s - 1990s - 1999
... Fronter, a European software company, launches its environment for web based collaboration ... higher education institutions and used as their platform for learning and collaboration ... September 1999 The IEEE magazine Web-based Learning and Collaboration publishes A Framework for Online Learning The Virtual-U, describing the history of the Virtual-U system from its inception in 1993 ...

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