Distance Education in Undergraduate Dietetic Education
Benton-King, Carrie, Webb, Derek F., Holmes, ZoeAnn, Journal of Allied Health
Distance education is an exploding phenomenon that allows people to pursue higher education on their own time, at a pace that meets their needs, in locations where there are no colleges and universities, or where there is not a desired program of study. This study examined the use of distance education in undergraduate dietetic education programs and the opportunities for obtaining an undergraduate degree in dietetics solely via distance education. A survey was sent to all directors (n = 279) of undergraduate programs accredited/approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education to determine the current status and projected future use of distance education in their …
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Publication information: Article title: Distance Education in Undergraduate Dietetic Education. Contributors: Benton-King, Carrie - Author, Webb, Derek F. - Author, Holmes, ZoeAnn - Author. Journal title: Journal of Allied Health. Volume: 34. Issue: 1 Publication date: Spring 2005. Page number: 36+. © Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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