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published in 1995, The Journal of Distance Learning
will appeal to readers with interests in:
- on-line or distance education
- flexible delivery systems
- application of technology in distance and open learning
- innovative teaching methods
- open learning
- developments in the Pacific.
The readership of the journal comes from both the private and
public educational and training sectors. Readers include academics
engaged in the study of distance education; distance education
practitioners (teachers, administrators and policy makers);
and, those with an interest in the use of learning technologies
The Journal of Distance Learning is a refereed
journal published annually by DEANZ. It publishes both theoretical
and empirically based research articles, research notes, reports
and case studies of practice, and reviews by or of interest
to those involved in distance education and open learning, which
meet the journal's requirements and standards.
Abstracts from The Journal of Distance Learning
can be found here.
Distinctive Pacific Developments
There are similarities in the nature of distance education
worldwide. However, The Journal of Distance Learning
demonstrates that distance learning in New Zealand, the Pacific
and Australia is developing in distinctive and interesting ways.
Approaches to distance learning are being shaped by cultural
traditions, aspirations and geography as much as by international
developments and trends.