In theory, the e—university represents the great emancipator of higher education. There will be no question of class, gender, ethnicity or back-ground influencing the admission process. The traditional pedagogical obstacles of geography and time will be rendered moot at the click of a mouse. Available to all, education is on the cusp of reaching its utopian zenith. In theory, that is.
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