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Learning Strategies for Distance Learners: Do They Help?

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Distance Education Volume 19, Number 1, ISSN 0158-7919


A study of 97 adult distance learners introduced and evaluated the effectiveness of an embedded study strategy. Determined less experienced learners embraced the strategy and more experienced learners rejected it if it conflicted with existing study strategies, time constraints, or their need for self-direction. Appendices includes the evaluation questionnaire and telephone-interview questions. (PEN)


Morgan, C.J., Dingsdag, D. & Saenger, H. (1998). Learning Strategies for Distance Learners: Do They Help?. Distance Education, 19(1), 142. Retrieved January 27, 2023 from .

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