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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

1995 Volume 1, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Tangata Whenua in distance education: An emerging model for isolated Maori secondary students in the Correspondence School

    Lois Amaru, Mary Rae & Peter Shadbolt, Correspondence School

    This paper examines Canadian models developed for distance education delivery to indigenous peoples of Ontario and Alberta. It then reviews a similar New Zealand model, a partnership of Te Puni... More

    pp. 12-23

  2. Moments of truth: Managing the face-to-face encounter in distance learning

    Mary Cull, Tall Poppies and Company; Robyn Walker, Massey University

    As service providers, distance educators interact with students in a range of ways. Mostly the educators are shielded from the immediacy of any face-to-face encounter with their students. Yet one... More

    pp. 24-31

  3. Geographic isolation and technological change: A new vision of teaching and learning in rural schools in New Zealand

    Ken Stevens, Victoria University of Wellington

    Some small rural schools in New Zealand are currently developing new ways of applying information and communication technologies to the delivery of education while, at the same time, struggling to ... More

    pp. 32-38