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Partnerships in Distributed Education

November 13, 2002

Partnerships among higher education institutions and between these institutions and for-profit firms can be effective vehicles for implementing distributed education. However, these relationships often raise issues related to curriculum control, faculty autonomy, trademarks, technology expertise, courseware ownership, and revenue sharing. This monograph provides guidance to institutions seeking to form successful partnerships in distributed education.

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