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ERIC Number: ED508840
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 346
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-1-5914-0120-8ISBN-978-1-5914-0120-9
ISSN: N/A
The Distance Education Evolution: Issues and Case Studies
Monolescu, Dominique; Schifter, Catherine; Greenwood, Linda
Information Science Publishing
"The Distance Education Evolution: Case Studies" addresses issues regarding the development and design of online courses, and the implementation and evaluation of an online learning program. Several chapters include design strategies for online courses that range from the specific to the universal. Many authors address pedagogical issues from both a theoretical and applied perspective. This diverse compilation of contributions by Temple University administrators and faculty gives a comprehensive overview of the distance education experience that can serve as a guide to others interested in providing quality distance education. This book contains thirteen chapters: (1) Creating an Online Program (Sandy Kyrish); (2) Faculty Participation in Distance Education Programs (Catherine Schifter); (3) Can a Viable DE Program Stay Behind the Technology "Wave"? (John Sorrentino); (4) Universal Design for Online Education (Rosangela Boyd and Bonnie Moulton); (5) Certain about Uncertainty (Stella Shields, Gisela Gil-Egui and Concetta Stewart); (6) Education Mirrors Industry (Donald Hantula and Darleen Pawlowicz); (7) Evaluating a Distance Education Program (Catherine Schifter and Dominique Monolescu); (8) Online Teaching, Copyrights, and the Need for Concerted Solutions (Gisela Gil-Egui); (9) Creating and Using Multiple Media in an Online Course (Maurice Wright); (10) Teaching a Studies-in-Race Course Online (Karen Turner); (11) Media Entrepreneurship as an Online Course (Elizabeth Leebron); (12) The Uses and Impact of Academic Listservs in University Teaching (Julie-Ann McFann); and (13) Design and Evaluation of an Internet-Based Personalized Instructional System for Social Psychology (Erica Davis Blann and Donald Hantula).
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Publication Type: Books
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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