The Design & Management of Effective Distance Learning Programs

The Design & Management of Effective Distance Learning Programs

by  Richard Discenza, Caroline Howard and Karen Schenk
IGI Global © 2002 (299 pages)
ISBN:9781930708204
Presents a compilation of studies which offer ideologies on distance learning, the design, and the impact on education.
Table of Contents
The Design & Management of Effective Distance Learning Programs
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Preface
Section I – The Role and Evolution of Distance Learning Into Higher Education
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Chapter 1Distance Education: What Is It? Utilization of Distance Education in Higher Education in the United States
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Chapter 2Distance Education in the Online World: Implications for Higher Education
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Chapter 3The Potential Attraction of Online Distance Education: Lessons from the Telecommuting Literature
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Chapter 4The Future of Distance Learning in the Traditional University
Section II – Faculty, Student and Program Challenges
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Chapter 5Faculty Perceptions and Participation in Distance Education: Pick Fruit From The Low-Hanging Branches
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Chapter 6The Challenge of Teaching Effectively from a Distance
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Chapter 7A Preliminary Exploration of Social Needs in Distance Education
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Chapter 8Online Courses: Strategies for Success
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Chapter 9Institutional and Library Services for Distance Education Courses and Programs
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Chapter 10Quality Assurance of Online Courses
Section III – Implementing Distance Education: Programs, Designs and Experiences
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Chapter 11Distance Education Quality: Success Factors for Resources, Practices and Results
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Chapter 12Establishing Successful Online Distance Learning Environments: Distinguishing Factors that Contribute to Online Courses and Programs
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Chapter 13A Case Study in Managing a Distance Education Consortium
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Chapter 14Using Tutored Video Instruction Methodology to Deliver Management Education at a Distance in China
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Chapter 15Leveraging Distance Education Through the Internet: A Paradigm Shift in Higher Education
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Chapter 16Teaching Enterprise Systems in a Distance Education Mode