Planning programs for distant learners
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The 1990s promise to be exciting years for educators due to the opportunities made possible by advances in information technologies. However exciting the possibilities are, it is imperative that the quality of delivered instruction not suffer. Program planners need to adapt instruction to technologies using a systematic process to ensure that programs effectively and efficiently educate learners. The program planner who intends to use distance education technologies must actively consider and plan for the factors that result from being geographically separated from their learners.
KeywordsEducation Technology Distance Education Distance Learning Traditional Classroom Program Planner
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- Heinich Robert, Molenda Michael, and Russell James.Instructional Media and the New Technologies of Instruction, Third Edition. Macmillan Publishing Co., New York, NY: 1989.Google Scholar