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However News International did not pursue direct involvement in the venture and one could speculate on whether this reflected second thoughts on the market value of packaged knowledge online even where it or iginates from reputable sources. On the other hand Thomson Learning has entered an arrangement with the consortium under which it develops international higher education and advanced training courses, and provides delivery platfor ms and an international assurance structure, while Universitas 21 awards degrees, diplomas or certificates to students.
These enterprises are backed by the repute of their members but at the same time insulate the member universities from business difficulties and the possibility of devaluing their reputations by distancing themselves from the expected inflation in enrolments. The early drive for the establishment of Universitas 21 came from Professor Alan Gilbert,Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, who Forces driving educational change became the initial chair of the corporation. Universitas 21 was established to develop international curricula with credentials that are internationally recognized and portable.
If they are currently operating within a resource-based delivery model they will generally adopt a resource-based delivery model when moving into online delivery. They will conceive of online delivery in terms of Web-based learning. If they currently operate within a classroom-based model they will generally adopt a classroom-based approach to online delivery and will centre their programmes on the use of synchronous and asynchronous conferencing. 1 Examples of delivery methods employed in resource-based and classroom-based programmes These differing approaches lead to two distinctly different models of delivery using the knowledge media, one the resource-based model and the other the classroom-based model.