Barriers to Learning in Distance Education

by Jill M Galusha
Interpersonal Computing and Technology ()


Explores distance learning for adult learners and possible barriers to successful participation in distance education. Highlights include student demographics; student barriers; faculty barriers; organizational barriers; and course considerations, including standards, curriculum development, course content, and pacing. (LRW)

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