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PERSPECTIVES ON . . . DISTANCE INDEPENDENT EDUCATION

INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

    

Howard Besser and Stacey Donahue

801

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

    

    

Distance Education in North American Library and Information Science Education: Applications of Technology and Commitment
Daniel D. Barron

The Story of Distance Education: A Practitioner's Perspective
Judith M. Roberts

805

811

DISCUSSION OF METHODS

    

Issues and Challenges for the Distance Independent Environment
Howard Besser

817

INSTANCES OF DISTANCE LEARNING

    

    

    

    

Planning for the Twenty-First Century: The California State University
Stuart A. Sutton

Cognition and Distance Learning
Marcia C. Linn

Inside-Out Thinking about Distance Teaching: Making Sense of Reflective Practice
Elizabeth J. Burge

Teacher of the Future
Ben H. Davis

821

826

843

849

EXAMPLES OF CLASSES USING TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES FOR MEDIA DISTRIBUTION AND COLLABORATION

    

    

Distance Learning and Digital Libraries: Two Sides of a Single Coin
Charles B. Faulhaber

Collaborative Technologies in Inter-University Instruction
Maurita Peterson Holland

854

857

DEVELOPMENT OF MODULAR CURRICULAR MATERIALS

    

Engineering Courseware Content and Delivery: The NEEDS Infrastructure for Distance Independent Education
William H. Wood III and Alice M. Agogino

863

PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES

    

Programs and Resources in Distance Education
Stacey Donahue

870

EFFECTIVENESS OF DISTANCE EDUCATION

    

    

MLIS Distance Education at the University of South Carolina: Report of a Case Study
Gayle Douglas

Impact of Distance Independent Education
Howard Besser and Maria Bonn

875

880

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