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Abstract A common theme in the distance education literature is that delivery technologies with the potential for real‐time interactivity will improve both the image and practice of distance education. Although there appears to be a growing acceptance of a causal relationship between system...
Abstract Most treatments of the concept of interaction in distance education have been based on Moore's (1989) discussion of three types of interaction: learner‐content, learner‐instructor, and learner‐learner. However, these previous discussions have failed to consider the interaction that...
Abstract Correspondence education can provide college‐level instruction that is efficient, economical, and sensitive to the changing needs of traditional and adult learners. However, to ensure the development of the educational environment necessary for effective education to occur, providers...
Abstract This paper describes the development and pilot testing of a human biology laboratory course delivered over the Education Network of Maine. The project serves as an illustrative case of the general problem of teaching science laboratory courses at a distance. The development process is...
Reaching Learners Through Telecommunications. Becky S. Duning, M. J. Van Kekerix, and L. M. Zaborowski (San Francisco: Jossey‐Bass, 299 pp., $34.95).
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