Distance Education for Aboriginal Communities in Canada: Past Experience and Future Potential
American Journal of Distance Education Volume 9, Number 3, ISSN 0892-3647
Reviews problems with the current educational situation in Canadian aboriginal communities. Notes the potential of distance education to reduce problems associated with cultural assimilation and to enhance multimedia resources. Discusses strengths and weaknesses of two distance education programs for aboriginals and concludes with guidelines for future distance education endeavors. (Author/AEF)
Gruber, S. & Coldevin, G. (1995). Distance Education for Aboriginal Communities in Canada: Past Experience and Future Potential. American Journal of Distance Education, 9(3), 48-61.
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