|This Book in Brief: Overview||xiii|
|I:||HISTORICAL AND CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS|
|1||Distance Education Theory, Methodology, and Epistemology: A Pragmatic Paradigm Farhad Saba||3|
|2||Correspondence Study in the American University: A Second Historiographic Perspective Von V. Pittman||21|
|3||Evolution of National and Regional Organizations Charles E. Feasley||37|
|4||The History of Distance Education Through the Eyes of the International Council for Distance Education Ellen L. Bunker||49|
|5||Organizational Models in Higher Education, Past and Future Donald E. Hanna||67|
|6||A Theory of Distance Education Based on Empathy Börje Holmberg||79|
|7||Learning With New Media in Distance Education Otto Peters||87|
|8||A Theory of Critical Inquiry in Online Distance Education D. Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson, & Walter Archer||113|
|9||Modes of Interaction in Distance Education: Recent Developments and Research Questions Terry Anderson||129|
|II:||LEARNING AND LEARNERS|
|10||Learners and Learning: The Need for Theory Chère C. Gibson||147|
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Publication information: Book title: Handbook of Distance Education. Contributors: Michael Grahame Moore - Editor, William G. Anderson - Editor. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2003. Page number: v.
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