Aquí tenéis la siguiente noticia sobre e-TQM, University of Phoenix, Dubai, College, aparte del contenido lo que me ha llamado la atención es que se pueda uno equivocar en el titular y no corregirlo diez segundos después por algún corrector de web, reclamo la necesidad de los antigüos correctores de imprenta, a los que llamaremos “correctores- web X.0”. No es University of Pheonix sino University of Phoenix
e-TQM College, the Dubai based pioneers in e-learning education recently welcomed representatives from the University of Phoenix, USA to Dubai for an immersion tour and important meeting at the College.
From Left to Right: Serine El Salhat, Head of Branding & Public Relations, e-TQM College; Dr. Narimane Hadj-Hamou, Dean for Learning & Technologies, e-TQM College; Daniel P. Litteral, Vice President for University Legal Services and General Counsel of University of Phoenix; Mr. Peter Martinez, Vice President of International Division of University of Phoenix; Mr. Bill Pepicello, President of University of Phoenix; Dr. Mansoor Al Awar, Vice President, e-TQM College; Ibrahim Mahmood, Assistant Vice President for Business & Administrative Affairs, e-TQM College; Fahad Al Saadi, Business Development Manager, e-TQM College.
While both education providers are renowned for offering online e-learning programmes and degrees to young students and professional adults, the University of Phoenix has specialised in this since the early 70’s. University of Phoenix was recognized in 1989 as the first U.S. University to offer their courses online. As of October 2006 University of Phoenix has an estimated 280,000 students attending via the various methods of going to school.