Technical and Pedagogical Challenges Faced by Faculty and Students in Computer-Based Distance Education in Higher Education in Indiana
Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 27, Number 4, ISSN 0047-2395
This study reports faculty members' and students' responses to the technological and pedagogical challenges they faced in completing computer-based distance education. Topics include the need for adequate faculty training, the need for adequate student training, and the need for technical support available 24 hours a day. (Author/LRW)
McElhinney, J.H. & Nasseh, B. (1999). Technical and Pedagogical Challenges Faced by Faculty and Students in Computer-Based Distance Education in Higher Education in Indiana. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 27(4), 349.
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