This course is a general introduction to conceptual, theoretical, and practical ideas concerning distance education, including the current status of distance learning and its impact on education. Students will become conversant in the terminology of the field of distance education, review its history, conduct research on specific areas of practice, investigate instructional and learning design strategies, explore the technologies commonly used, and understand the unique roles and responsibilities of the distance learner and the distance instructor.
Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00
|Intro to Distance Education||Allyson Wilcox, Ph.D.||Distance||E01||No syllabus available|
|Intro to Distance Education||Allyson Wilcox, Ph.D.||Distance||E02||No syllabus available|
|Intro to Distance Education||Jonathan Gratch, Ph.D.||Distance||E03||No syllabus available|