Faculty Philosophical Position towards Distance Education: Competency, Value, and Educational Technology Support
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration Volume 5, Number 1, ISSN 1556-3847
Discussion of faculty attitudes toward distance education and potential barriers to faculty acceptance and adoption focuses on a study that investigated faculty perceptions regarding distance education competence, value, and educational technology support by philosophical position towards distance education. Suggests the need to more effectively communicate the value of distance education. (LRW)
Jones, E.T., Lindner, J.R., Murphy, T.H. & Dooley, K.E. (2002). Faculty Philosophical Position towards Distance Education: Competency, Value, and Educational Technology Support. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 5(1),.
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