Research in Distance Education: Revised papers from the first research in distance education seminar, Deakin University, 1989
A collection of 15 papers which were presented by distant education practitioners such as Terry Evans, Daryl Nation and Angela Castro. Articles are divided into the categories of issues, teaching and learning, and ideas in progress. Includes a detailed bibliography.
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