Universities consider using software to offer language courses

06/15/2010 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania's 14 state-system universities have temporarily closed dozens of degree programs with low enrollment, including French and physics, in an effort to deal with funding cuts. Under one proposal, courses in French, German and Spanish would be offered at one university but be available to students at other campuses through distance-learning software.

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