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Open Learning

2000 Volume 15, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Technology Innovations and the Development of Distance Education: Korean Experience

    Insung Jung

    Examines the Korean National Open University's (KNOU) four recent technology initiatives for distance education, including an online database and multimedia digital library, an integrated Web-based... More

    pp. 217-31

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  2. Faculty Participation in the Pennsylvania State University World Campus: Identifying Barriers to Success

    Evelynn M. Ellis

    Investigates Pennsylvania State University's electronic distance education program to determine difficulties that faculty members and administrators face when faculty choose to teach electronically... More

    pp. 233-42

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  3. Creating a Large-Scale, Third Generation, Distance Education Course

    Martin James Weller

    Outlines the course development of an introductory large-scale distance education course offered via the World Wide Web at the Open University in the United Kingdom. Topics include developing... More

    pp. 243-52

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  4. Serving the System: A Critical History of Distance Education

    Jennifer Sumner

    Examines the history of distance education in terms of its ability to foster communicative action. Discusses Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action; Critical Theory; rationality; the role of... More

    pp. 267-85

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  5. Planning Student Support for Open and Distance Learning

    Alan Tait

    Discussion of student support in open and distance learning systems focuses on a framework for the development of a planning tool for student support services. Considers student characteristics;... More

    pp. 287-99

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