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Education for Information

1990 Volume 8, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Interactive Audio Classrooms: Key Principles for Effective Practice

    Elizabeth J Burge & Judith E. Snow

    Presents five principles for audio-conference course design and implementation: (1) make learning activities detailed yet flexible; (2) ensure collaboration among students, professors, and... More

    pp. 299-312

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  2. Providing Home Computing Facilities for Students Learning at a Distance

    Ann Jones

    This study assessed the effectiveness of a home computing policy for distance education students in terms of student access to computing equipment; the extent of computer use by faculty; the impact... More

    pp. 313-24

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  3. The Use of Distance Education in United States Library and Information Science: History and Current Perspectives

    Daniel D. Barron

    Chronicles the development of distance education in library and information science from the pre-Dewey era to the present, including correspondence study, extension efforts, and telecommunications ... More

    pp. 325-39

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  4. Aberystwyth--At a Distance

    R J. Edwards

    Describes the experiences of a distance learning masters program in library and information science at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, over five years from its inception in 1985 to its... More

    pp. 341-48

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