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Institutional Support for Peer Contact in Distance Education: An Empirical Investigation
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Distance Education Volume 10, Number 1,

Abstract

Discussion of interpersonal communication in distance education focuses on a study conducted at the Institute of Canadian Bankers based on Keegan's theoretical framework of re-integrating interpersonal components through learning materials. Hypotheses tested are explained, and achievement, self-perception of learning achievement, final academic standing, and student attitudes are examined. (33 references) (LRW)

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Amundsen, C.L. & Bernard, R.M. (1989). Institutional Support for Peer Contact in Distance Education: An Empirical Investigation. Distance Education, 10(1), 7-27. Retrieved April 19, 2019 from .

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