Online Learning: Personal Reflections on the Transformation of Education
This book presents a comprehensive history of the field of online education as told by many of the pioneers who created it. In doing so, it fills in the background and provides a foundation for more recent efforts. Each of the contributors discusses their work in online education and presents a personal perspective of the field. Collectively, the chapters portray the major themes and issues that have characterized the past development of online education and will likely dictate its future.
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