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La Formacion Virtual en el Nuevo Milenio 2000 (Jun 15, 2000)
This paper examines how teaching within a traditional classroom benefits from insights and techniques developed through online teaching. A critical assumption underlining it is that much online instruction would be performed by faculty members who...
The Organization of Courses via the Internet, Academic Aspects, Interaction, Evaluation, and Accreditation
National Autonomous University of Mexico 1998 (Feb 17, 1998)
Electronic teaching via the Internet has its rewards and frustrations. In asynchronous distance learning, students have their own passwords to reach the course site on the Internet. An interactive software program allows them to post messages to one ...
Annual Meeting of the Virtual Education and Training Agency 2002 (June 2002)
Despite the setbacks of many virtual education programs at the collegiate level, the public's widespread, growing acceptance of electronic learning (e-learning) argues for continued expansion of virtual education. When designing virtual programs,...
Association Mexicana Educacion Continua Conference 2002 (September 2002)
It is reasonable to argue that the members of a profession are the only ones who can directly address issues of accreditation. In the context of accreditation for international continuing education, it may be argued that professional organizations...
International Conference on Improving University Teaching and Learning 1997 (July 1997)
The birth of modern continuing education as a structured university enterprise has been given impetus by the development of distance education. Instruction through and with a mix of technologies is a permanent and critically important part of...
E-Learning in the United States: New Directions and Opportunities for University Continuing Education
Indian Journal of Open Learning Vol. 10, No. 2 (2001) pp. 123–134
Abstract: The authors address recent developments in electronics distance learning (or elearning) in the United States with special attention to its historical antecedents in correspondence education. Using this analytical framework they identify...