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Distance Education: What Works Well Distance Education: What Works Well has been co-published simultaneously as Computers in the Schools , Volume 20, Number 3 2003. Downloaded by [Westminster International University in Tashkent] at 03:42 20 June 2017
The Computers in the Schools Monographic “Separates” Below is a list of “separates,” which in serials librarianship means a special issue simultaneously published as a special journal issue or double-issue and as a “separate” hardbound monograph. (This is a format which we also call a “DocuSerial.”) “Separates” are published because specialized libraries or professionals may wish to purchase a specific thematic issue by itself in a format which can be separately cataloged and shelved, as opposed to purchasing the journal on an on-going basis. Faculty members may also more easily consider a “separate” for classroom adoption. “Separates” are carefully classified separately with the major book jobbers so that the journal tie-in can be noted on new book order slips to avoid duplicate purchasing. You may wish to visit Haworth’s website at . . . . . . to search our online catalog for complete tables of contents of these separates and related publications. You may also call 1-800-HAWORTH (outside US/Canada: 607-722-5857), or Fax 1-800-895-0582 (outside US/Canada: 607-771-0012), or e-mail at: [email protected] Distance Education: What Works Well, edited by Michael Corry, PhD, and Chih-Hsiung Tu, PhD (Vol. 20, No. 3, 2003). “A must read. . . . Provides a highly readable, practical, yet critical perspective into the design, delivery, and implementation of distance learning. . . . Examines issues faced by distance educators, offers valuable tactics culled from experience, and outlines strategies that have been key success factors for a wide variety of distance learning initiatives.” (Veena Mahesh, PhD, Distance and Blended Learning Program Manager, Technology Manufacturing Group Training, Intel Corporation) Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Retrospective, edited by D. LaMont Johnson, PhD, and Cleborne D. Maddux, PhD (Vol. 20, No. 1/2, 2003). “Interesting, informative, relevant. . . . Having so many experts between the covers of one book was a treat. . . . I enjoyed reading this book!” (Susan W. Brown, PhD, Science/Math Methods Professor and Professional Curriculum Coordinator, New Mexico State University) Distance Education: Issues and Concerns, edited by Cleborne D. Maddux, PhD, Jacque Ewing- Taylor, MS, and D. LaMont Johnson, PhD (Vol. 19, No. 3/4, 2002). Provides practical, research-based advice on distance education course design.