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On-Line Education: A Study of Emerging Pedagogy
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New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education Volume 78, ISSN 1052-2891

Abstract

Online courses raise instructional concerns about goals, philosophy, changes in teaching and teacher roles, and evaluation. Creating interactivity is a crucial issue. Organizational issues include face-to-face components, group interaction, and prerequisites. Institutions must be concerned about faculty incentives, access and equity, ongoing evaluation, and technical support. (SK)

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Schrum, L. (1998). On-Line Education: A Study of Emerging Pedagogy. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 78, 53-61. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from .

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