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Language of Text,Soundtrack etc.:English
Record identifier:945
national bibliography number:85
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility:Elizabeth Hodge
Title and statement of responsibility and:Mimicking Proximity: The Role of Distance Education in Forming Communities of Learning\ Hodge, Elizabeth ...[et all]
Summary or Abstract:Distance education opportunities are growing at a phenomenal pace. With this rapid growth comes the challenge to ensure that distance education provides and promotes a learning community of trust and of quality for students. Transition to on-line instruction dictates the need to use technology to create a culture that allows for and encourages social aspects of human communication; a culture that takes into account both student learning and quality instruction. It is assumed that distance education most affects students learning when technology is integrated to facilitate communication—to mimic proximity. This paper explores the role of distance education and the importance of mimicking proximity by analyzing and reviewing social and psychological factors in facilitation of communication.
Topical Name Used as Subject:Distance Education
Personal Name - Alternative Intelectual Responsibility:Michael J. Bossé
Johna Faulconer
Martha Fewell