Experiences of Students, Teachers, and Administrators in a Distance Education Course
International Journal of Educational Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1327-7308
This study examined the experiences of secondary rural school students, teachers, and administrators to determine their perspectives on distance education. Discusses results of interviews, naturalistic observations, and document analysis that showed the importance of teacher characteristics; problems with a lack of socialization; and problems with a lack of privacy. (Contains 24 references.) (Author/LRW)
Downs, M. & Moller, L. (1999). Experiences of Students, Teachers, and Administrators in a Distance Education Course. International Journal of Educational Technology, 1(2), 1-13.
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