Vol 24, No 3 (1999)

Technology and Distance Learning

Table of Contents


David Mitchell


Mirroring the Networked Society: Government Policy, Higher Education, and Telelearning Technology in Canada
Brian Lewis, Richard Smith, Christine Massey
Reflections on the Distance Learning Controversy
Andrew Feenberg
Investing in On-line Learning: Potential Benefits and Limitations
Silvia Bartolic-Zlomislic, A.W. (Tony) Bates
Delivering University-Level Communications Programs at a Distance: Benefits, Costs, and Disruptions
Walter Archer
The Telematics Advanced Program: A Noble Idea Bites the Dust
Deanna Robinson
Using Networked Technologies to Enhance Instruction and Research in Communications
David Mitchell, Janelle Ring
The Potential of Modern Telelearning Tools for Collaborative Learning
Larry Katz, Alireza Rezaei
The Intercom Ontario High-Bandwidth Residential Field Trial: Lessons Learned
Danièle Thomassin Singh, Damian De Shane-Gill, Jerome Durlak, Peter Roosen-Runge


Digital Democracy: Policy and Politics in the Wired World
Leslie Regan Shade
Materialist Feminism: A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women's Lives
Rebecca Sullivan
Prosthetic Culture: Photography, Memory and Identity
Cheryl Simon
Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology
Kevin Dowler

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Majorie Ruth Ferguson, 1929-99
Rowland Lorimer
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