As business races to embrace the new technology of the Internet, education, too, must electronically foster the development of resources by people who live and work in diverse locations and educational environments. The goal of this paper is to discuss an educational philosophy that serves a sundry population seeking educational excellence. Lessons learned from Electronic Business and current tools available for accomplishing this task will also be reviewed. To meet the rigors of the New World Community concept, education, like Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business, must embrace the virtual environment and provide a holistic platform that will allow its products to be delivered through enhanced and non-traditional methods.
Nelson, Anne and Nelson, William H. M. III, "Lessons Learned from Electronic Business: An Educational Model of Innovation, Conceptual Change, and Collaboration" (2001). ICEB 2001 Proceedings (Hong Kong, SAR China). 38.