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Expectations

International Data predicts that the market for technology-driven training and instruction will hit $11.4 billion by 2003. Will e-Education transform the teaching and learning process? Is an entire course delivered as ‘chalk and talk’ to become a relic of the twentieth century? Many believe that early in this millennium, the use of online delivery of courses will become as ubiquitous as the presence of network computer clusters across campus is today. In this session, presenters from MOM, MOE and Kent Ridge Digital Lab (KRDL) will examine the future of e-Education. Attendees will learn about new applications of technology for education and the prospects for a new economy. What are the implications of e-Education on life-long learning? Does e-Education usher new social dimensions? This session will set your imagination into high gear as we cruise into the future.