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In: Murphy, David; Carr, Ronnie; Taylor, James and Wong, Tat-meng eds.
Distance Education and Technology: issues and practice.
Hong Kong, China: Open University of Hong Kong Press, pp. 217–229.
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About the book:The chapters in this book, written by authors around the globe, provide detailed analysis and discussion of the changes distance education is going through as a result of technology.
The authors originally presented their findings at the 21st World Conference of the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
The book is organized into three sections:
Issues: provides a focus on issues that currently face those applying technology in distance education contexts.
Teaching and learning with technology: offers a range of perspectives and case studies on current experience of technology's role in distance education.
Innovative approaches: presents a series of examples of applications that are advancing the use of technology in distance education.
The book will be of interest to all educators who seek to make use of new and emerging technologies to enrich their students's learning.
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