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A message from the Director of the Center for the Advancement of Distance Education, Dr. Michael Corry: The demand for and supply of distance education options continues to grow. Exponential growth in K-12, Higher Education, and Corporate distance education offerings is advancing while educators and policy-makers face the continual challenge of providing high-quality programs for all students, which meet their academic needs and nurture their cognitive and emotional needs.
Publications and Recommended Reading
Developing a Framework for Research in K-12 Online Distance Education
Interventions in Online Writing Instruction: Supporting Student Success
Transforming and Turning Around Low-performing Schools: The Role of Online Learning
The long-term effect and influence of educational experiences on K‑12 learners necessitates empirical research of innovations and discoveries in the field prior to their implementation in the class
An intervention is a counseling action an instructor may use to support a student who struggles to work productively in an online writing instruction (OWI) course.
This review of the literature examines online learning as a core strategy for bold, dramatic curricular reform within transformational or turnaround models in improving low-performing K-12 schools.
Distance Education in the News
Central practitioners’ developing legitimate peripheral participation in a community of practice for changing schools
Social capital from online discussion forums: Differences between online and blended modes of delivery
Can SPOC (Self- Paced Online Course) Live Long and Prosper? A Comparison Study of a New Species of Online Course Delivery