A model for developing and managing distance education programs using interactive video technology
Based on two years of experience with a distance MSW program, the authors present an evolving model for the development, management, and evaluation of distance education graduate programs that use interactive video technology. The model includes five core components: (a) accreditation standards compliance, (b) resource requirements, (c) curriculum adaptation, (d) faculty development, and (e) program evaluation. While not an exhaustive listing, these components are advanced as central to the effective planning and administration of distance education programs in social work.
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION
Forster, M. D.,
(2000). A model for developing and managing distance education programs using interactive video technology. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION, 36(1), 147-158.
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