ERIC Number: ED316660
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Nov
Mediated Communication as a Component of Distance Education.
Holmberg, Borje, Ed.
The concern of this booklet is with "two-way traffic", or real communication, in distance education. Following an introduction by Holmberg, the following papers appear: "Some Thoughts on Delayed and Immediate Feedback" (Diehl); "The Effect of Field Scoring on Time to Completion in Career Development Courses" (Diehl); "Comparison of Two Pretest Feedback Modalities on End of Course Test Performance" (Diehl); "Assignments for Submission and Turn-Around Time in Distance Education" (Rekkedal); Rekkedal's comments on the three Diehl papers that appeared earlier; "Tutoring Frequency in Distance Education--An Empirical Study of the Impact of Various Frequencies of Assignment Submission" (Holmberg, Schuemer); and "Submission Density, Amount of Submission Questions, and Quality of Student-Tutor Dialogue--A Comment on Holmberg and Schuemer" (Baath). (CML)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Communication (Thought Transfer), Correspondence Schools, Distance Education, External Degree Programs, Feedback, Foreign Countries, Home Study, Learning Processes, Nontraditional Education, Reinforcement, Teacher Response, Teacher Student Relationship, Time Factors (Learning), Tutoring
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: FernUniversitat, Hagen (West Germany). Zentrales Inst. fur Fernstudienforschung Arbeitsbereich.
Identifiers - Location: Norway; Sweden; West Germany