Distance Education for Language Teachers: A UK Perspective
Ron Howard, Ian McGrath
Multilingual Matters, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 209 pages
Distance learning was associated for many years with the endeavour of a correspondence course. Based on a symposium, this book presents current research and practice in the field.
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