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Convenience has always been a big draw of distance courses, but with the prolonged recession, engineers and other professionals are turning to online courses to maintain their job skills and their employability. Corporations have likewise embraced distance learning to keep their employees trained and motivated. Continued evolution in all sectors of engineering education around the world is irreversible. For engineering, the content and presentation lend themselves quite well to distance learning. Given their technical bent, engineering students seem to take to online courses. Flexibility is another attraction of distance learning for the working professional.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 5 )