Cultural Considerations in Online Instruction and Learning
Distance Education Volume 22, Number 1, ISSN 0158-7919
Discusses cultural discontinuities that affect learning effectiveness revealed by the increase in globalization of distance education. Considers the theoretical basis of such discontinuities, describes a study of West African extension students and print-based instructional materials, and suggests implications for instruction and research as well as intervention strategies. (Author/LRW)
Wilson, M.S. (2001). Cultural Considerations in Online Instruction and Learning. Distance Education, 22(1), 52-64.
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