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Present-day world organizes itself in according to rules of fitness and uselfulness imposed by world market invisible hands. Therefore, virtuality will be ever present in free time activities, work, learning and other contexts. This advance towards virtuality, which began with the Internet introduction, has a good reception using the name of progress, but its disadvantages have not been studied deeply enough. This paper analyses the disadvantages we can find in learning contexts in general, and university in particular.
Virtuality, on line format, tele-learning, e-learning, estatal rules
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