Issues in Distance Education

4 Titles

1919-4382 Issues in Distance Education series (print)
1919-4390 Issues in Distance Education series (electronic)

Series Editor(s): Terry Anderson and David Wiley

Editor, International Review of Research on Open and Distance Learning

Associate Professor at Brigham Young University

Distance education is the fastest growing mode of both formal and informal teaching, training and learning. It has many variants that include e-learning, mobile learning and immersive learning environments. This series offers informative and accessible overviews, research results, discussions and explorations of current issues, technologies and services used in distance education. Each volume focuses on critical issues and emerging trends, while noting the evolutionary history and roots of this specialized mode of education and training. The series is targeted at a wide group of readers including distance education teachers, trainers, administrators, researchers and students.

All Books

Accessible Elements: Teaching Science Online and at a Distance

Lawton Shaw, Dietmar Kennepohl (Volume editor)
August 10, 2012

Flexible Pedagogy, Flexible Practice: Notes from the Trenches of Distance Education

Elizabeth Burge, Chère Campbell Gibson, Terry Gibson (Volume editor)
August 10, 2012