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A necessary condition for distance education is the spatial separation of information source and learners. There are two distinctly different approaches to distance education - synchronous, and asynchronous distance education; for the latter, information source and learners are also separated in time. For students, a major advantage of distance learning classes is increased place utility; information is distributed and thus learning takes place at a more convenient location for the student. Consequently, students who have greater difficulty commuting to the face-to-face class location are likely to prefer distance education.
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