Date Added: Jan 2012
The distributed connectivity model presented in this paper provides a strategic perspective for development plan using distributed infrastructures and tools for global organizations with e-learning opportunities. Focusing on e-education, using virtual world unique features, supporting medical education and treatments, and modifying consumption patterns are four main dimensions of the Four-Faceted Distributed Connectivity Model (FFDC) in this paper. Definition and redefinition of groups in organizations and equipping them with ICT tools, and providing formal communication with related departments round the globe, are two necessary rules for implementing the FFDC model. These two rules are the needed infrastructure for FFDC model.