Integrated Telecommunications Systems and Instructional Transaction
American Journal of Distance Education Volume 2, Number 3,
Discussion of how learner and teacher communicate in distance education focuses on Morre's concept of transactional distance in light of recent developments in telecommunications. Integrated telecommunications systems are described, adult learning and instructional transactions are discussed, and system dynamics are presented as a tool for modeling concepts in distance education. (11 references) (LRW)
Saba, F. (1988). Integrated Telecommunications Systems and Instructional Transaction. American Journal of Distance Education, 2(3), 17-24.
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