Many times quality is "improved" by resorting to competitiveness, that is, by comparing rival companies and not by the logical capacity of educational development that the program itself provokes. We will have to be alert to such motivations when evaluating projects and programs in order to give them their fair value within a particular context.
That is, it is quite difficult to refer to the quality of existing distance education and programs because they are continually being tested, expanded, etc. what leads to need, to discern what quality really is. For us, it is an added attribute, not integrated into a distance education program: when it is there it is noticeable, when it is not there, too.