When did online education begin?

Answer In 1989, the University of Phoenix became the first school to launch an online university program. University of Phoenix students could earn their bachelor's or master's degree. That same year, a B... Read More »

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What year did online education begin?

According to eCollegeFinder, the first versions of "online education" appeared in the 1960s. A variety of schools, including Stanford University, began offering online class notes and teacher-stude... Read More »

When did online banking begin?

Presidential Savings, which is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, started online banking on October 6, 1995 by letting customers open bank accounts online. It was soon followed by the first Inter... Read More »

When did airlines begin to use online check-in?

According to Business Wire, a traveler flying from San Jose, Calif., became the first person to use airport check-in. She did this in September 1999. Its usage was initially limited, but the check-... Read More »

When did CompuServe, AOL& Prodigy begin to offer Internet online services?

The Internet began in 1969 with four computers at different universities, mainly as a conceptual project to demonstrate usefulness and feasibility. The research on the fundamental concepts for pack... Read More »