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Three Generations of Technological Innovations in Distance Education
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Distance Education Volume 6, Number 2,

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Argues that development in distance education can be structured into three generations of technological innovation: correspondence, telecommunications, and computers. The technological innovations and resulting paradigm shifts in the delivery of distance education are analyzed through the concepts of interaction and independence. (MBR)

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Garrison, D.R. (1985). Three Generations of Technological Innovations in Distance Education. Distance Education, 6(2), 235. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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