Critical Reflections on Distance Education
Terry Denis Evans, Daryl Nation
Taylor & Francis US, 1989 - Education - 272 pages
The purpose of this book is to provide a context in which the practice of innovative distance educators can be articulated and communicated to the expanding field of distance education. It offers nine critical reflections upon distance teaching practices in a wide range of Australian colleges and universities and argues a more general case for the adoption of approaches based upon critical reflection within research, theory and practice in distance education.
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