The Promise of Online Distance Learning: Addressing Academic and Institutional Concerns
Quarterly Review of Distance Education Volume 1, Number 4, ISSN 1528-3518
Discusses benefits of online distance learning and considers some of the barriers that need to be addressed for successful implementation. Topics include quality compared to traditional face-to-face methods; academic workloads; self-pacing issues; the lecturer's role; lack of standards; security concerns; and the need for strategic planning. (LRW)
Furnell, S., Evans, M. & Bailey, P. (2000). The Promise of Online Distance Learning: Addressing Academic and Institutional Concerns. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 1(4), 281.
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