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E-Learning Quality: The Concord Model for Learning from a Distance
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 85, Number 628, ISSN 0192-6365

Abstract

Describes eight characteristics of the Concord model of online course instruction: Asynchronous collaboration, limited enrollment, expert facilities, trust, clear schedules, excellent materials, good pedagogy, and quality assurance. Discusses cost and benefits of implementing the Concord model of online course instruction. (Contains 16 references.) (PKP)

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Tinker, R. (2001). E-Learning Quality: The Concord Model for Learning from a Distance. NASSP Bulletin, 85(628), 36-46. Retrieved March 26, 2019 from .

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