Distance Education in Social Work: Planning, Teaching, and Learning
Distance education in social work; planning, teaching, and learning.
Title main entry. Ed. by Paul Abels.
Springer Publishing Co., [c]2005
Eight academics from various California State U. campuses and the U. of S. Carolina contribute nine chapters describing, explaining, and analyzing the issues, problems, and challenges of distance education (DE). All eight authors have been actively involved in teaching, administering, and assessing DE programs in social work. Coverage includes an overview of the history of DE in social work, planning and administration issues, the challenges and rewards of DE teaching, connecting with students, evaluation of DE programs, faculty issues, and the future outlook. For faculties, schools, and students in social work.
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