Collaborative Online Distance Learning: Issues for Future Practice and Research
Distance Education Volume 21, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919
Provides an overview of issues relating to practice and research regarding collaborative online learning in distance education. Topics include traditional problems of distance education; instructional design issues, including course preparation, social climate and sense of community, instructor's role, and the effective use of technology; and issues for future research. (Author/LRW)
Bernard, R.M., Rubalcava, B.R.d. & St-Pierre, D. (2000). Collaborative Online Distance Learning: Issues for Future Practice and Research. Distance Education, 21(2), 260.
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