Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The decade of the 80's has witnessed the virtual birth and proliferation of interactive distance learning systems. The rapid multiplication of these inqtructional delivery systems has not been preceded nor followed by appropriate research. Distance learning applications pose entirely new questions for the educational researcher. Among the many questions raised, are those which specifically address the layout of a distance learning terminal facility. In the effort to achieve maximum educational efficiency and effectiveness in a 2-way video system, this paper examines some specific questions regarding distance learning classroom design. Until more focused research is forthcoming, this study proposes to investigate the research findings from related fields, such as instructional television, instructional design, and learning theory. By appropriately applying those findings to the unique challenges of the distance learning classroom, conclusions are formulated.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Communication and Training Technology
Roger A. Kueter
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©1988 Daniel C. Moore
Moore, Daniel C., "Implications for the design of a 2-way video distance learning facility" (1988). Graduate Research Papers. 2924.