ERIC Number: ED293398
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1987-May
Distance Education in Southern Africa Conference, 1987. Papers 1: The Theory and Practice of Distance Education.
Adey, David, Comp.; And Others
Fifteen papers from the University of South Africa's Conference on Distance Education are presented on the theory and practice of distance education. Titles and authors include: "Evaluation at a Distance" (Margalit Ganor); "Can the Tables Be Turned? Likelihood That Distance Teaching at University Can Be More Effective Than Attendance Teaching" (Pieter du Plessis); "Do Existent Definitions of Distance Education Allow for Analysis of Such a Provision in a Volunteer Organization?" (Lynette Douglas); "Elitism vs. Pragmatism: Scientific Approaches to Course Design" (A. D. Adey); "Distance Education: Preparing for the 21st Century" (F. van den Bogaerde); "The Effectiveness of Personalised Instruction in Distance Education: An Empirical Study" (Wilhelm Jordaan); "Access to the Original: The Potential of a University Art Collection in Distance Education" (Lucy Alexander); "An Experimental Model for Distance Teaching--A Case Study" (Herman Conradie); "Distance Teaching and Learning: Joyful Realization or Frustrated Expectation?" (J. J. Booyse): "Evaluating Academic Competence on the Tertiary Level within Half an Hour" (J. J. Roelofse); "Didactic Objectives in Distance Teaching" (Adriaan J. Smit); "The Problematics of Distance Education from a Tutor's Point of View" (Smit); "The Written Assignment--Teaching or Evaluating?" (Thinus Dreckmeyr); "Evaluation of Student Progress in Distance Education" (Johan P. Degenaar); and "The Training of Lecturers by UNISA" (W. J. du Plooy). (LB)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Reports - Research; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: South Africa Univ., Pretoria.
Identifiers - Location: Africa