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Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning

1998 Volume 4, Number 1


Alison J. Fields

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Recent impacts of copyright law upon distance education

    Sue French, Massey University

    The requirements of Copyright law continue to be influential in the development of distance education teaching courses. This paper examines various areas of the law and analyses their practical... More

    pp. 3-10

  2. Designing for dialogue at a distance: Reflections on how to create and maintain an effective teaching-learning relationship with students

    Claire McLachlan-Smith, University of Auckland

    One of the key issues for distance educators as we move into an increasingly open and flexible learning environment is how to create the dialogue we can promote in our face to face classrooms in... More

    pp. 11-22

  3. Winds of change and paradigm shifts: Correspondence, distance and open learning

    Andrew Higgins, University of Otago

    This paper uses the origins of and subsequent changes to correspondence education in Queensland and New Zealand to highlight how open and flexible learning practices are influencing the normal... More

    pp. 23-29

  4. Student perceptions of telecommunications technologies for accessing learning opportunities in two Northern Canadian schools

    Della Healey & Ken Stevens, Memorial University of Newfoundland

    A study in two small rural schools located in coastal Labrador found that students value telecommunications technologies according to the level of access they have to them. Students with ready... More

    pp. 30-33