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Distance Learning in Indian Country: Becoming the Spider on the Web
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Journal of American Indian Education Volume 37, Number 3, ISSN 0021-8731

Abstract

Examines potential uses of distance learning for maintaining and sustaining American-Indian tribal communities within the United States while allowing access to the information and skills needed for employment in the dominant society. Examines distance education in general, traditional education in tribal contexts, tribal uses of distance-education technology, and potential outcomes and consequences. Contains 59 references. (Author/CDS)

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Sanchez, J., Stuckey, M.E. & Morris, R. (1998). Distance Learning in Indian Country: Becoming the Spider on the Web. Journal of American Indian Education, 37(3), 1-17. Retrieved May 28, 2020 from .

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