Distance Education: a Bibliographic Review for Educational Planners and Policymakers 1992-2002
Journal of Planning Literature
distance education, bibliography, review, educational planners, policymakers, 1992-2002
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Distance education is a growing area of interest in the academic literature. An explosion of articles has appeared in recent years documenting this trend at postsecondary institutions. The topics addressed in the literature include the demand for distance education, its acceptance by students and instructors, the quality of distance learning, the methods of delivery, the economic impact of providing distance education, and the technological requirements necessary for the delivery of online courses. This bibliography focuses on the academic literature of the last decade and provides an overview for planners and policymakers in their attempt to develop quality distance education programs.
Bishop, John S. Jr. and Spake, Deborah F. (2003). Distance Education: a Bibliographic Review for Educational Planners and Policymakers 1992-2002. Journal of Planning Literature 17(3), 372-391. doi: 10.1177/0885412202239139 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/mrktentrpubs/25