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Distance Learning: Issues and Applications for Nontraditional Programs
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American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 58, Number 4, ISSN 0002-9459

Abstract

A discussion of distance education in nursing and pharmacy fields looks at the history of distance education; issues in program design (resources, politics, student populations, policy); planning (finances, curriculum, technology, resources, faculty); implementation; evaluation; and outcomes (graduates, career mobility, institutional image). Previous learning and clinical teaching are also discussed. (MSE)

Citation

Learn, C.D. (1994). Distance Learning: Issues and Applications for Nontraditional Programs. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 58(4), 406. Retrieved August 10, 2020 from .

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