Virtual Learning Enivironments (VLE)
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illustrations), in 12 point Times Roman or Gara
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margins and ? inch headers and footers. Pages
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The paper must include a minimum of 20 pertinent textual sources referenced more than once in the body of the paper, with at least 5 recent (past 10 years) scholarly articles from peer-reviewed professional journals. Other references should be a mix of sources: books, newspaper articles, government documents, etc., but no more than 2 appropriate web sites.
Last paper received from this site did not give enough sited references which impacted the final grade. Also there were several grammar corrections needed. Hoping this product is better.
Define what is virtual learning environments (VLE), cover different softwares/systems, provide examples of uses, and the pros and cons.