Distance Education: Definition and Glossary of Terms, 2nd Ed.

by Lee Ayers Schlosser, and Michael Simonson, Information Age Publishing, Inc, 2006. 160 pages. reviewed by Glen T. Fogerty An on-going mission for many colleges or universities is to provide “accessible education” (Owston, 1997) to those who seek new knowledge. However, a traditional campus may be limited in the access it can provide due to bricks and mortar, geographic location, or faculty availability. “Distance education” is now becoming an everyday phrase around campuses as much as “Ivy Towers” or “Biology 101.” It is this term, along with “online education,” that provides students with new opportunities to learn. No longer limited […]
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