ERIC Number: ED460683
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Long Distance Learning.
Villeneuve, Phyllis, Ed.
FACTC Focus, Spr 1997
This report, from the Faculty Association of Community and Technical Colleges (FACTC) in Washington, focuses on various distance learning courses offered by the state's two-year colleges. The report contains 16 articles from faculty members and students, including: (1) "The Emperor's New Tutor: A Confession" (Sydney Wallace Stegall); (2) "Distance Learning: Nightmare and Dream" (Tom Pierce); (3) "An Art History Telecourse" (Vicki Atimovich); (4) "Grays Harbor in Cyberspace" (Mark Scholz); (5) "Telecourses as an Approach to Teaching," (Dale R. Croes); (6) "Television Stardom: My Distance Education Experience" (Jeffrey Waybright); (7) "A Virtual Reality," (Ed Reynolds); (8) "Telecampus Courses and the Idea of a 'ValuJet' College" (David Muga and Lynne Fouquette); (9) "How I Spent My Summer Vacation" (Barbara Guilland); (10) "Distance Learners and Libraries: What's the Connection?" (Jennifer L. Wu); (11) "Ten Big Myths about Copyright Explained" (Brad Templeton); (12) "Developing Interactive Classrooms" (Denise Yokum); (13) "Distance Education, Technology, and the Faculty" (Ron Gilster and Ann Suter); (14) "The Next Step" (Chuck Weedin); (15) "At the Washington Center Technology Conference" (Barbara Guilland, Leslie Michael, Ann Swanson, and Phyllis Villeneuve); (16) "Reflections from the Quality Principles in Distance Learning Retreat" (Bill Moore). The document concludes with a list of 1996-97 FACTC officers and representatives. (EMH)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Community Colleges, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Educational Objectives, Educational Technology, Faculty Development, Program Implementation, Student Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, Two Year Colleges
For full text: http://northonline.sccd.ctc.edu/jwu/fact.htm.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Faculty Association of Community and Technical Colleges, WA.
Identifiers - Location: Washington