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Accreditation Standards and Best Practice for Distance Education

By Colin Easom / May 2015

TYPE: HIGHER EDUCATION
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  • Sun, 28 Jun 2015
    Post by virtual education system

    Educational accreditation is specially very important for Distance Learning education. It is because due to the reason, that if an institution have good accreditation standard, then they will be responsible for good quality education,also it has good impact on virtual education and the inflow of the people will be increased. http://www.a2zvirtualeducation.com/ is one of the leading E-learning education platform.

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Editor's note: Accreditation is a critical component to consider when comparing academic programs. These external evaluations provide some assurance of quality for prospective students and parents. Accreditation reviews have a come a long way in recent years, giving more attention to the specific needs and characteristics of online students, programs, and faculty members. Colin Easom's interview with two representatives of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) provides an inside look at how distance education accreditation standards are established with an emphasis on collaborative input and decision-making.