Factors Affecting the Development of Distance Education Courses
Distance Education Volume 13, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919
Identifies factors facilitating and impeding the development of eight print-based distance education undergraduate courses designed by Syracuse University's Center for Instructional Development for U.S. Marines stationed in Saudi Arabia, including course definition, faculty perception of student abilities, textbook selection, faculty/developer conflict, faculty flexibility, and faculty/developer working relationships. (27 references) (KRN)
Brigham, D.E. (1992). Factors Affecting the Development of Distance Education Courses. Distance Education, 13(2), 169.
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Michael Nastanski & Susan Colaric, Saint Leo University, United States
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