The Evolution of Distance Education
Catalyst Volume 28, Number 1, ISSN 2151-9390
Provides an overview of distance-education technologies. Discusses synchronous and asynchronous distance-delivery approaches, and the extent to which they offer students the opportunity to interact with other students and faculty. Suggests elements that comprise an ideal delivery system, and offers some views on the future of distance education. Contains 13 references. (VWC)
Lever-Duffy, J. (1999). The Evolution of Distance Education. Catalyst, 28(1), 8-13.
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