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The Challenges to Distance Education in an Academic Social Science Discipline: The Case of Political Science
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Education Policy Analysis Archives Volume 8, Number 27, ISSN 1068-2341

Abstract

Surveyed 296 department chairs of political science to assess the current and future state of distance learning in that discipline. Key findings include low use of distance learning, low importance given to distance learning, and modest expectations of future growth in distance learning in political science. Proposes a model of the size and scope of distance learning. (SLD)

Citation

Schmidt, S., Shelley, M.C., Wart, M., Clayton, J. & Schreck, E. (2000). The Challenges to Distance Education in an Academic Social Science Discipline: The Case of Political Science. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 8(27),. Retrieved November 15, 2019 from .

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