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Complexities in the Evaluation of Distance Education and Virtual Schooling
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Educational Media International Volume 40, Number 3, ISSN 0952-3987

Abstract

Discusses the issues related to evaluation of distance education and virtual schooling. The evaluation design of a virtual high school project is presented, and goals, stakeholder analysis, evaluator role, data collection, and data analysis are described. The need for evaluation of distance education and the ethical responsibility of the evaluators are discussed. (MES)

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Vrasidas, C., Zembylas, M. & Chamberlain, R. (2003). Complexities in the Evaluation of Distance Education and Virtual Schooling. Educational Media International, 40(3), 201. Retrieved May 20, 2019 from .

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