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Universal Design of Distance Learning

@article{Burgstahler2002UniversalDO,
  title={Universal Design of Distance Learning},
  author={Sheryl Burgstahler},
  journal={Information Technology and Disabilities},
  year={2002},
  volume={8}
}
  • S. Burgstahler
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology and Disabilities
Distance learning has been around for a long time. For hundreds of years instructors have taught students across great distances via correspondence courses using printed materials. The early days of television witnessed the introduction of televised courses. Today, in a specially equipped facility, an instructor can teach several classrooms full of students brought together through interactive television. Early on-line courses using electronic mail were rapidly followed by Web-based instruction… Expand
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