Making the Grade in Distance Learning
Public Libraries Volume 2001, Number 1, ISSN 0163-5506
Explores prerequisites for a successful Web-based distance education learning experience. Discusses technical requirements, including reliable equipment, fast Internet connections, and being comfortable with using the technology required; and personal characteristics, including high motivation, time commitment, ability to cope with lack of immediate feedback, problem-solving abilities, and good reading and writing skills. (Author/LRW)
Noah, C. (2001). Making the Grade in Distance Learning. Public Libraries, 2001(1),.
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