MacQueen, Hilary A and Thomas, Jeffery
Teaching biology at a distance: pleasures, pitfalls and possibilities.
American Journal of Distance Education, 23(3) pp. 139–150.
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The Open University (OU) has a long and distinguished history of teaching biology at a distance by a supported open learning model. This article examines some of the challenges in delivering biology via distance teaching, explores some of the lessons learned, and discusses the opportunities and hazards of new teaching technologies that the OU has helped pioneer.
||2009 Informa plc
||Open University ; distance learning ; biology ; supported open learning ; residential schools
||Science > Life, Health and Chemical Sciences
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