Faculty Strategies for Learning to Teach at a Distance, Volume 1

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University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1998 - Distance education - 686 pages
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The purpose of this study was to understand how faculty members learn to use and improve their use of instructional design, technology, and andragogy (pedagogy) for teaching at a distance with instructional technology when not required to attend "training". The findings, which describe how faculty members went about learning to teach at a distance with instructional technology, can assist adult educators and others interested in faculty members' continuing professional development to facilitate and support their learning.

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Contents

Chapter Two LITERATURE REVIEW
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Chapter Three METHODOLOGY
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Question 5 How might faculty members continue their learning in the future
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