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system of distance education papers to the 10th ICCE International Conference, Brighton, Great Britain, 12-16 May 1975 by International Council on Correspondence Education. World Conference

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Published by International Council on Correspondence Education in [S.l.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Distance education -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Erling Ljoså.
ContributionsLjoså, Erling., International Council on Correspondence Education.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLC5800 .I58 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3121638M
LC Control Number82232230

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Book Description. The Handbook of Distance Education, 4th Edition is a comprehensive compendium of research in the field of distance education. The volume is divided into four sections covering the historical and theoretical foundations of distance education, attributes of teaching and learning using technology, management and administration, and different audiences and providers.   Originally published in , The Planning and Management of Distance Education examines the problems faced by those who are setting up and managing distance education systems of various kinds. The book begins by considering definitions of distance education and various models which can be used to describe and understand distance education by: ment is the supportive system for learners of distance education system which can affect the entire system. Learning Support System. Meaning of Learning Support System. Learner Support System is a system that facilitates learners and students through out their courses. As Thorpe (e-) dFile Size: KB.   When analysed through the critical lens, distance education has a long history of serving the system at the expense of the lifeworld. Using Jürgen Habermas's Theory of Communicative Action as a powerful learning paradigm to diagnose problems and envision cures, this paper looks at the history of distance education in terms of its ability to foster communicative by: