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Distance training : taking stock at a time of change / Desmond Keegan

Main Author Keegan, Desmond Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Routledge Falmer, cop. 2000 Description XIV, 152 p. : il. ; 24 cm Series RoutledgeFalmer studies in distance education ISBN 0-415-23066-7 CDU 37.018.43 681.324
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Despite the massive potential of distance learning on the internet, the field of distance training is little known or understood. This guide addresses this knowledge gap and:

*presents research into four models of distance education, into which it is claimed nearly all provision world-wide falls
*provides a global overview of distance education and training
*examines case studies of distance education establishments providing insight into their structure and advantages
*challenges the premise that distance training lacks academic exellence and status
*appraises the role of distance education as a tool for employers to provide more effective and efficient training for employees.

Born in the nineteenth century, distance training came of age in the twentieth century. Desmond Keegan presents an overview of distance training from its inception and looks forward to the innovations of the future.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • 1 Global overview at a time of change
  • 2 From the Industrial Revolution to the Electronics Revolution
  • 3 Characteristics of distance training
  • 4 Virtual and distance training
  • 5 The distance training models and their future
  • 6 Case studies
  • 7 Can academic excellence be achieved at a distance?
  • 8 The distance training industry market
  • 9 The coming of the Internet
  • 10 Distance training on the World Wide Web
  • 11 Methodology
  • 12 National profiles

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