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Multimedia: Asynchronous Distributed Education- A Review and Case Study

The authors suggest that successful creation and delivery of distributed courses requires new dimensions in thought and creativity becuase a direct translation from classroom to computer will not enhance the learning experience. Thus, instructors have to rethink their role as teacher and students must take charge of their own learning experience. The authors discuss these issues with regards to their own experiences.

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