Distance Education Features

Globalization:
Institutions providing distance education services are generally capable of providing education at the global level. Over 100 years of education in Europe (especially in the UK and France), educational institutions providing such services regularly and provide distance education services to citizens, who are engaged in trade with officers in overseas countries.
 
Personalization:
The most prominent feature of the traditional education system in the East and West is that the instructor and the learner communicate face to face. This type of education is generally organized according to the general level of the group rather than the different intelligence and learning abilities of the students. The distance education system takes a position where the student can be trained individually by taking the classroom environment. In this system, the place of the institutional learner receives personalized learning according to the individual.
 
Industrialization:
Similar to the establishment of related industries in order to meet the growing need of a large population for a product, it has become inevitable to open distance education institutions in order to be able to respond quickly and effectively to people's increasing educational demands.
 
Serving to students who are not able to participate for traditional students:
Distance education is an education system that is preferred by millions of people every year worldwide. However, it is an expected choice for those who are not able to participate in terms of time / place in the relevant educational institution (full time employees - civil servants, soldiers - living in different cities / countries).
 
Mobility:
In the 1980s, while fixed computer conferencing systems and two-way video conferencing systems were being used to communicate between distant locations, portable computers and mobile phones are now being used at significant levels.
 
Quick feedback:
Nowadays, distance education allows students to send their homework at any time of day from any part of the world via e-mail, and they can get the evaluation results of these studies through the www in the same way.
 
It is cheaper than other education systems:
Distance education is the cheapest among training systems, except for the fact that the investment in infrastructure is at a very high level, or the cost per student is higher than in traditional education, or the number of students who can afford the investment cost is not available.
 
Technology and Education:
Virtual classes can be connected to each other using satellite or compressed video encoding or full bandwidth, and people on this site can receive face-to-face training even if they are in remote locations.