Planning for Higher Education Journal

Distancing Your College Courses

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From Volume 24 Number 4 | Summer 1996
By Deborah Allen Carey

Describes the evolution of distance learning from information delivery to interactive presentations, and outlines three models – the traditional, the transitional, and the advanced – for implementing or restructuring distance education. Focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of each model, including initial costs, maintenance, level of interaction between students and instructor, and opportunities for partnerships with educational institutions and businesses.

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