Distance education in library and information science: a long road traveled
A special section on distance education in library and information science is provided. Articles discuss student perceptions of academic motivation, interactive participation, and pedagogical and structural factors in Web-based distance learning; the experiences and opinions of recent graduates of the University of South Carolina's Master of Library and Information Science program; a student-centered investigation of the distance learning experience; effective teacher behaviors and Michael Moore's theory of Transactional Distance; the resident and distance learning experience of students enrolled in a library and information science graduate program; and the range of distance education modes used in American Library Association accredited programs in the U.S. and Canada.
Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, Volume 43, Issue 1, Winter 2002, pages 3-68. http://jelis.org/ © 2002
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