Triple Your Reading Speed by Wade E. Cutler

By Wade E. Cutler

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We are Mathematics lecturers in a traditional engineering university where face-to-face teaching is prevalent; however, some elements of online learning are widely used. Almost all courses have websites through which the lecturer stays in touch with students and uploads different materials for them in addition to face-to-face lectures, tutorials and office hours. In attempting to resolve problems related to our face-to-face teaching (for details, see the “Problems and Trends” section), we exploited the opportunities offered by the worldwide web.

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