ERIC Number: ED315551
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Aug
Reference Count: N/A
Helping Learners at a Distance. Annual Conference on Teaching at a Distance (5th, Madison, Wisconsin, August 8-10, 1989).
Wisconsin Univ., Madison. School of Education.
This document contains 35 papers: "Distance Education with a Human Face" (Holmberg); "Time Is Money and Vice Versa: Reflections on Using Satellite Delivery to Improve Cycle Time and Quality" (Robinson); "Distance Education: Consolidating the Gains" (Grossman); "The Human Resource Imperative" (Atkinson); "Developing Short Courses for Business and Industry" (Kryczka); "Hypertext" (Kearsley); "Site Coordination and Support Services" (Roberts, Harvey-Foulds); "Coordinating the Use of Cable Technology in Oakland County, Michigan" (O'Donnell, Gholz); "Telecommunications Instructional Consortium" (Blakesley, Regnier); "How to Develop Successful and Profitable Adult Education Certificate Programs" (Hoyle); "India's Experience with Distance Higher Education: Indira Gandhi National Open University" (Miller); Supporting Individual Learners at a Distance" (Granger); "The Soft Touch in Distant Education" (Behm, Molise, Threlkeld); "Evaluation of Learner Support Services in a Distance Education System" (Dillon, Gunawardena, Parker); "Supporting Distance Learners" (Keir, Ward); "Assessing Adult Learning Strategies" (Fellenz); "Goal Accomplishment Style and the Long Distance Learner" (Atman); "Strategic Education: Distance Learning for Business Needs" (Beutel, Go); "Application of Instructional Television in a Farm Training Program at Northcentral Technical College" (Doenier); "Distance Education through Interactive Television: Is It Effective?" (Egan, Page); "Effectiveness of Interactive Satellite Delivery Versus Traditional Delivery in Selected Courses" (Douglas); "Various Uses by Instructors of PC-Based Audiographic Teleconferencing Technologies" (Gilcher); "Computer Conferencing and the Distance Learner" (Romiszowski, Jost); "Developing Hypermedia for the Learning Environment" (LeGrand, Mehler); "Level Two Interactive LaserDisc" (Lookatch); "Moving Independent Study into the 1990s" (Holman); "Bridging the Gap: Building a Sense of Community for Graduate Students at a Distance" (Mitcham); "International Business Negotiation Simulations" (Rawson); "Instructional Strategies, Distance Education, and Student Involvement" (Dillon, Hengst, Zoller); "Self-Directed Learning Readiness in Distance Education" (Harring-Hendon); "Instructional Design Considerations in the Development of Computer-Assisted Interactive Video" (Gunawardena, Saito); "Designing a Teleclass Instructor's Workshop Addressing the Differential Skills Needed for Quality Teleclass Teaching" (Cyrs); "Application of an Audio Computer Graphics System to Distance Education in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program" (Bollinger, Danou, Maddox); "Producing Telecourses for Adult Distance Learners" (Purdy); and "Toward Sustainable Improvements in Accessibility and Quality" (Ehrmann). (CML)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Cognitive Style, Communications Satellites, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Independent Study, Instructional Design, Learning Strategies, Program Development, Program Effectiveness, Teacher Guidance, Teacher Student Relationship, Teaching Methods, Teleconferencing, Telecourses, Training Methods
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. School of Education.