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The Development of Distance Learning Delivery Systems

Higher Education in Europe Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 0379-7724


The history of distance education, traditionally a peripheral university activity, is chronicled, beginning with the advent of the British Open University and through developments in technology that are rapidly blurring the distinction between traditional and distance education. Distance-learning techniques are described that will change students' reading and writing skills and the teacher-student relationship. Potential problems are examined. (Author/MSE)


Prewitt, T. (1998). The Development of Distance Learning Delivery Systems. Higher Education in Europe, 23(2), 187. Retrieved November 18, 2019 from .

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