1. Phone Calls Apply/NOT FEATURE CATEGORY "Phone is one of long-distance Synchronous TIME OF synchronous and asynchronous INTERACTION communication" √ "Phone is one of long-distance √ Asynchronous synchronous and asynchronous communication" "the number of minutes per month, at any √ Anytime FLEXBILITY time of the day that can be used for phone calls" "With a telephone, communication was NOT Anyplace direct, and no place on the network was more than a simple phone from any other abbilcable place on it""Mobile phone development is limited by a NOT Development SPEED number of factors" abbilcable "the users often fill short gaps of √ Access speedunproductive time with mobile application.Therefore the possibility to access pertinent information quickly is crucial""when thinking about cost-effectiveness of √ Cost COST this approach, it is important to be clear effectiveness about exactly what is being claimed" Print and Post Apply/NOT FEATURE CATEGORYLearner doesn’t have to be at specific time and place√to use it (synchronous )" TIME OF Synchronous INTERACTION NOT abbilcable Asynchronous √ Anytime FLEXBILITYPrint resources are relatively cheap to produce, and convey theory and knowledge.
2. √ Anyplace √A strong print component can provide much of the basic instructional content and this cost effective way.allowing masseage come trough withot distraction or dazzel from the delivery technology NOT abbilcable costPrinted self-learning materials seem likely to remain the core medium of distance education, provided printe Cost effectiveness
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