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Distance Learning: Promise or Threat?

@inproceedings{Feenberg1999DistanceLP,
  title={Distance Learning: Promise or Threat?},
  author={A. Feenberg},
  year={1999}
}
Once the stepchild of the academy, distance learning is finally taken seriously. But not in precisely the way early innovators like myself had hoped. It is not faculty who are in the forefront of the movement to network education. Instead politicians, university administrations and computer and telecommunications companies have decided there is money in it. But proposals for a radical "retooling" of the university emanating from these sources are guaranteed to provoke instant faculty hostility… Expand
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