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Abstract The purpose of this study was to describe the patterns of interpersonal interactions relating to group development in asynchronous computer conferencing. Data consisted of transcripts from a graduate course conducted via computer conferencing. Using Schutz’ model of group development,...
Abstract Inter‐institutional collaboration and team teaching can enhance distance education. Limited human and financial resources and the quality of teaching, learning, research, and course offerings can all be maximized by the collaborative sharing of resources. Collaborative relationships can...
Abstract A cost‐effectiveness analysis of training Army National Guard soldiers by audio teletraining technology was conducted. The trainees were n = 225 soldiers nationwide. About half of the trainees received training in a three‐week Unit Clerk Course through traditional residence training,...
Abstract The context of rural Alaska provides many challenges for the University of Alaska, Fairbanks in the delivery of education via distance technologies. Audioconference courses have been and continue to be the backbone of the University's distance delivery system. This paper discusses the...
Böje Holmberg, Theory and Practice of Distance Education, 2nd edition, (London and New York: Routledge, 1995, 246 pp., $75.00).
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