E – learning as an innovative method of education
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To implement modern methods of teaching which is e - learning largely has served to promote access to the Internet. Despite the fact that e - learning is recognized as one of the innovative training methods , it is really its origins date back to the turn of the century. In this article will be present the results of the conducted survey, which aim was the judgment of the described method of teaching
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