A practical workshop with participants from Distance Education Centres throughout Australasia will explore the theoretical and practical applications of technology within distance education.
Workshop breakdown of 1.5 hours:
|Part 1||Delivery of systems already being used in Australia and overseas, for example Network Ontario, PACE and QNet.|
|Part 2||Outline of system being utilised by the Distance Education Centre in WA.|
|Part 3||Input by participants on the system being used by their institution, draw and talk.|
|Part 4||Discussion on the various systems being used and what are the implications to those institutions.|
|Part 5||Input by participants on a theoretical model that takes account of human and financial resources.|
|Please cite as: Butcher, A. (1988). Practical applications of technology within distance education (abstract). In J. Steele and J. G. Hedberg (eds), Designing for Learning in Industry and Education, 30. Proceedings of EdTech'88. Canberra: AJET Publications. http://www.aset.org.au/confs/edtech88/butcher.html|