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Abstract The role of technical support personnel in higher education and corporate training has traditionally been confined to the areas of hardware and software. Now technologists are often asked to serve as corporate trainers and advisors to faculty in the choice and integration of educational...
Abstract Educators, trainers, and business people need to be able to evaluate the cost‐effectiveness of Web‐based training in order to make informed decisions about the extent to which this new media should be used in their organizations. The present study hypothesizes that there are several key...
Abstract Moore's Theory of Transactional Distance suggests that dialogue, structure, and learner autonomy are the key elements delineating the educational transaction in distance learning environments. However, the conceptualizations of these concepts in a telecommunication era have not been...
Abstract Theories guide the practice and research of distance education. Traditionally, theories of distance education have been derived from classical European or American models based on correspondence study. Recently, telecommunications systems have significantly altered the practice of...
Mega‐Universities and Knowledge Media: Technology Strategies for Higher Education. Sir John S. Daniel. (London: Kogan Page. Distributed in the U.S. by Stylus Publishing, Sterling, VA, 1998, 224 pp., $24.95.)
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