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American Journal of Distance Education

2011 Volume 25, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Implications of Globalization for Distance Education in the United States: As published in "Distances et Savoirs" (D & S-7/2009. A la croisee des recherches, pages 699 to 712)

    Ouanessa Boubsil, Kayleigh Carabajal & Martine Vidal

    This article presents a review of the current practice associated with American-model higher education (AHE) overseas with particular focus on expanding distance education. The review identifies... More

    pp. 5-20

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  2. Distance Education in the Context of Globalization: A Francophone Perspective

    Gaetan Tremblay

    This article aims to analyze authors' contributions published in "Distances et Savoirs" ("D & S") on the topic of distance education in the context of globalization. It offers an inventory of... More

    pp. 21-32

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  3. Policies, Administration, and Management: As published in "Distances et Savoirs" (D & S--7/2009. A La Croisee des Recherches, pages 627 to 641)

    Melody M. Thompson & Martine Vidal

    The chapters in Part IV of "Handbook of Distance Education" (2007), "Policies, Administration, and Management," focus on the ways in which policies encourage or hamper the integration of distance... More

    pp. 33-49

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  4. Public Policies and Strategies of Actors

    Pierre-Jean Loiret

    The synthesis "Public Policies and Strategies of Actors" concerns the same theme as Part 4 of the "Handbook of Distance Education" (Moore 2007), which deals with policies, administration, and... More

    pp. 50-63

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  5. Speaking Personally--With Borje Holmberg

    Borje Holmberg is Swedish and has been active in distance education as a theorist and practitioner for more than fifty years. He is the former president of the Wilhelm-Buchner Hochschule, a... More

    pp. 64-71

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