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Some Questions, More or Less Researchable, on Continuing and "Non-Traditional" Education

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It seems inevitable that large scale systems for delivering instruction to remote locations will soon be a feature in many universities. Questions are certain to be raised about the quality of the instruction such systems can provide. The contexts and the "hidden curricula" for remote instruction must differ from those for instruction on campus. A number of such factors are discussed, and the need for prompt and systematic research into these factors is emphasized.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 1 )