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Distance Education and Accreditation
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New Directions for Higher Education Volume 113, ISSN 0271-0560

Abstract

Describes a probable path for the development of accreditation resources and processes necessary to respond to change in educational delivery systems, especially the rapid growth of distance education, with an appropriate system of quality assurance. Lists issues that must be addressed to allow accrediting associations to evaluate distance education programs effectively. (SLD)

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Swail, W.S. & Kampits, E. (2001). Distance Education and Accreditation. New Directions for Higher Education, 113, 35-48. Retrieved April 23, 2019 from .

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