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2016 | 2 | 1 | 88-103
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The Comparison of Distance Learning Between the Czech Republic and Other European Countries

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This article examines distance learning in individual European countries and the Czech Republic. It analyses and compares the development of distance learning, and the supply of study options in the form of distance learning in European countries; it covers the development, conditions, and history of distance learning in European countries. The carried out analysis shows that currently there is an emphasis on lifelong learning, and the development of distance learning has become a priority. It can be further stated there are significant differences in the development of distance learning in individual European countries, and in the Czech Republic distance learning has only started to develop in the past twenty years.
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88-103
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2017-04-10
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