From Correspondence to Cyberspace: Changes and Challenges in Distance Education
New Directions for Community Colleges Volume 128, ISSN 0194-3081
Higher education has provided students with distance learning opportunities for over 150 years. This chapter traces the evolution of distance learning and provides an overview of some of the challenges inherent in learning in an online environment.
Bower, B.L. & Hardy, K.P. (2004). From Correspondence to Cyberspace: Changes and Challenges in Distance Education. New Directions for Community Colleges, 128, 5-12.
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