|Foreword by Anastasios Christodoulou ||ix|
|1 Collaboration in distance education: an introduction|
|Louise Moran and |
|2 Institutional cultures and their impact: 'laddered' studies in health sciences in British Columbia|
|3 Constructing a Master of Distance Education programme: an Australian collaboration in programme development and teaching|
|Jocelyn Calvert, |
|Terry Evans, and |
|4 Creating self-learning materials for of f-campus studies: a Malaysian-Australian-Canadian training project|
|Gajaraj Dhanarajan and |
|5 The way of the future? Transfer credit and credit banking|
|Jane Brindley and |
|6 The Toowoomba Accord: a blueprint for collaborative external studies|
|7 The rise and fall of a consortium: the story of the University of Mid-America|
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Book title: Collaboration in Distance Education: International Case Studies.
Contributors: Louise Moran - Editor, Ian Mugridge - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1993.
Page number: v.
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