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on-line

(of COMPUTER equipment) currently under the control of the central processing unit (CPU).
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Table 2: Global Penetration Rates for Online Travel Websites
Bolliger (2004) identified the contributing factors to online learners' satisfaction as availability and feedback time of the instructor, social interaction and collaboration among peers, and between student and instructor, accessing to technology, support and meaninfulness of the course website.
Kaye Shelton is the director of Online Education for Dallas Baptist University as well as a certified online instructor.
A handful of online insurance brokers remain in the market today--some with refocused operations and others continuing down the initial path they pursued.
Kurtis Docken, director of program development, says the Foundation hopes to increase its online offerings in the future.
1 of respondents "comfortable" or "somewhat comfortable" providing such information online, versus 32.
The department said a number of advertisements imply incorrectly that anyone who isn't trading online is hopelessly old-fashioned and behind the times.
In a recent article by Ridley and Husband(1998) the authors tested the hypothesis of grade inflation and related issues when comparing online and offline courses.
Online CPE benefits not only CPAs but their firms and companies as well.
The revenue forecast for the total online gaming market in the Asia/Pacific region during the period of 2005-2010 is expected to grow strongly, as consumer awareness increases and new technologies allow greater content and variety of games.
As such, online learning has grown significantly over the past decade due to its real and perceived benefits (McGinn, 2000).
Forecasts for generating offline sales from online customer interaction are at least double those of fully completed online sales for even the least complicated insurance products.