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New Technology and Pedagogical Challenges--The Open University UK
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Lifelong Learning in Europe Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 1239-6826

Abstract

A shift from second-generation open and distance-education technology to third-generation computer-mediated education is often presented unquestioningly as a progression, a move to interactive and student-centered learning, which "must" be an improvement. The reality of the change presents the teacher with new challenges and makes planning courses difficult. (JOW)

Citation

Thorpe, M. (1999). New Technology and Pedagogical Challenges--The Open University UK. Lifelong Learning in Europe, 4(1), 40-46. Retrieved May 24, 2019 from .

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