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ONLINE GLOBAL CAMPUS - Starts Fall 2007
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Saturday, 25 August 2007
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The Ikologiks Center for Global Studies is launching the first "online campus" and distance learning/correspondence courses for "global citizens" around the world. The project has a 21 Year Master Development Plan (1999-2020) for the establishment of a globalized virtual reality internet based campus and physical University campus. The educational programs are non-sectarian and apolitical or non-religious. The courses are being offered at nominal costs to make the campus accessible to students around the world especially in impoverished regions. The faculty is being recruited from around the globe with emphasis o­n retired scholars wishing to make their expertise and research o­n globalization available to ALL GLOBAL CITIZENS, no matter their economic status, race, religion, political affiliation, gender, sexual preference or educational status. Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it for further information or visit www.ikologiks.org .
 
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