Presenting a book on the perfect online course might seem a little pretentious. The editors are well aware that there is no such thing as the perfect course, despite stating it in the title. They are not trying to hoodwink the reader with foolproof formulas, and they say so. They admit that the perfect online course is “a pipe dream”, but they also argue that it is possible to get close to this perfection. This is the starting point for an understanding of the book’s content, its structure, the choice of topics and research work presented, and the valuable contributions made by experts, all of which contribute to the diversity and wealth of content to be found by the reader.
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