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‘Students and teachers do not have to sit in the classroom or be face-to-face but can now take part in  e-learning from anywhere in the world and at any time, thanks to online facilities.’ - Shareeni Kala from Fiji

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‘Students and teachers do not have to sit in the classroom or be face-to-face but can now take part in  e-learning from anywhere in the world and at any time, thanks to online facilities.’ - Shareeni Kala from Fiji

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Emerging Leaders in Internet governance
 Shareeni Kala, 2011
 
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