Distance Education - Acknowledging Boundaries

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Miliszewska, Iwona and Horwood, John (2003) Distance Education - Acknowledging Boundaries. In: ‬Higher education without borders‎ :‎ ‬sustainable development in higher education. Renner, John and Cross, Jim, eds. Edith Cowan University, ‬Perth, W.A., pp. 234-240.

Abstract

Victoria University offers a Computer Science degree in Hong Kong. The Project subject, critical to the quality of the degree, is conducted in distance education mode. A unique model for delivery of the Project has been developed. The analysis of the pre-existing educational context drove the development of the model. It identified various boundaries, legislative, cultural, quality, time and distance, that shaped the uniqueness of the resulting model. This paper discusses the complex nature of the educational context and outlines the model.

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‬EDU-COM 2002‎(Khon Kaen, Thailand).
Title on disc : ‬Sustainable development in higher education :‎ ‬higher education without borders.
Prepared at Edith Cowan University in association with Khon Kaen
University and Rajabhat Institute Rajanagarindra Chachoengsao.

Item type Book Section
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/5531
Official URL http://bauhaus.ece.curtin.edu.au/~iain/PhD%20BU/A_...
ISBN 0729805336
Subjects Current > FOR Classification > 0803 Computer Software
Current > FOR Classification > 0806 Information Systems
Current > FOR Classification > 1303 Specialist Studies in Education
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Engineering and Science
Keywords ResPubID5675, communication, boundary, university, online learning environment, learning outcomes, distance learning, computer science degree, course accreditation, software development
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