Distance Learning in Community Colleges; Leadership Challenges for Change and Development
Community College Journal of Research and Practice Volume 27, Number 4, ISSN 1066-8926
Argues that by skillful leading and investment in professional development programs, community college leaders can facilitate the successful transformation of campuses into centers of technology-based learning. States that distance education is in line with the community college mission of access and equity, and hence must be incorporated. (Contains 12 references.) (AUTH/NB)
Floyd, D.L. (2003). Distance Learning in Community Colleges; Leadership Challenges for Change and Development. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 27(4), 337-347.
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