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Beyond Independence in Distance Education: The Concept of Control
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American Journal of Distance Education Volume 1, Number 3,

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Discussion of learner control in the educational process focuses on adult distance education. Independence, power, and support are described as the three components of control of the learning process, and the concept of control as it relates to the communication process between student and teacher is discussed. (LRW)

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Garrison, D.R. & Baynton, M. (1987). Beyond Independence in Distance Education: The Concept of Control. American Journal of Distance Education, 1(3), 3-15. Retrieved July 20, 2019 from .

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