Technology, e-learning and Distance Education
Routledge, 2. kol 2005. - Broj stranica: 256
Award-winning in its first edition, this book is an essential guide to the use of technology in flexible and distance learning, weighing up the pros and cons of different media. Fully updated, this second edition:
With a focus on basic principles and general guidelines this guidance applies to existing and emerging technologies. It is essential reading not just for those specialising in flexible and distance learning and distance education, but anyone concerned with the integration of technology with teaching.
Rezultati 1 - 5 od 34.
... instructors can be found). However, to obtain a degree, students taking these courses who do not meet UBC admission standards must transfer the credits from the UBC course into another institution's programme and receive qualifications ...
... correspondence education. Typically a private company would provide reading lists of books and articles to students who would study independently. The company would hire tutors or instructors mainly to mark assignments and possibly to.
A.W. (Tony) Bates. tutors or instructors mainly to mark assignments and possibly to give feedback to students, before the students took a competitive examination from a recognized or accredited institution. Second generation distance ...
... instructors need to use elearning effectively, and what working methods will be needed to ensure quality? Once instructors are trained in the use of technology, do they need specialist support at all for online courses? Should separate ...
Dosegli ste ograničenje pregledavanja ove knjige.