Teaching and learning in distance education in the 21st century: an overview of policies, trends, issues and challenges in the Australian context

Andrews, Trish Teaching and learning in distance education in the 21st century: an overview of policies, trends, issues and challenges in the Australian context. Edited by Rosalind James Armidale, NSW, Australia: DEHub, University of New England, 2013.

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Author Andrews, Trish
Title Teaching and learning in distance education in the 21st century: an overview of policies, trends, issues and challenges in the Australian context
Place of Publication Armidale, NSW, Australia
Publisher DEHub, University of New England
Publication year 2013
Sub-type Research book (original research)
Volume 4
Series DEHub Monograph Series
ISBN 9781921597329
ISSN 1838-9414
Language eng
Editor Rosalind James
Total number of pages 36
Collection year 2014
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Traditional distance education is undergoing major changes as governments seek to increase higher education enrolments and institutions and individuals make wide use of technologies to support learning This paper discusses a number of issues relating to teaching and learning in distance education and intends to contribute to the ongoing discussion of the role of distance education in meeting the educational needs of nations and their people as they strive to meet the demands and expectations of a rapidly developing global knowledge economy. This is one of a number of papers developed by DEHub in relation to issues in distance education and focuses on policies, trends, issues and challenges related to teaching and learning.
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