Distance learning describes any learning that occurs without students being physically present in the lesson. (However, this may also apply to the teacher in some situations.)
Historically, it has described correspondence courses in which students would communicate by mail with their schools or teachers. Recently, distance learning has moved online to include a vast range of systems and methods on practically any connected device.
The tools and techniques associated with distance education can be used to meet many social, political or,
Vocational goals and their accompanying educational or training objectives. Is a tool for strategic planning
To develop and verify the fit between distance education and its sponsorship goals. This paper makes a review
The number of strategic plans and goals and objectives that are usually assigned to distance education. purpose of
The paper is intended to develop more precisely the terms used in strategic thinking about distance education.
Objectives with Goals
The target definition was not a clear part of the practice described above. That is, the participants were asked only
Identifying objectives, not identifying goals with objectives. Sorting these objectives into a hierarchy, therefore, involves referencing and labeling the goals to which they are subject. The target label chose reach, reach, quality, efficiency, and customer service. The following section describes these goals, arranges them
They find the purpose to fit, and some examples of distance learning strategies and tactics
These objectives. It also describes, in some cases, the problems and problems associated with the use of
Distance learning is a strategy to meet these goals.
The most common goal identified with distance education is accessed. It is also the most painful. In
Strategic planning documents were reviewed, this goal is not always defined. Nor was it defined by most of the workshop participants. When access is defined, it is usually in the context of service to students who are geographically Isolated or which is otherwise space-bound or time-bound.
The Reich is probably a better description of the distance education goals of most resident educational institutions.
Expanding geographic reach through distance education provides a wider pool for recruitment to any institution. For
In some institutions, it may be useful to maintain or expand general student recruitment. For others, it is used
Enlist students in specialized courses or programs, where critical mass on campus cannot be strictly maintained.
The distance education strategy served large enrollment programs that typically employed mass media distribution
The system requires special off-campus administrative and support functions to succeed. In
Functions include promotional, registration, technical and content support.
Many of the objectives listed above fall under the heading of achieving or improving instructional quality. There is an appropriate body of literature on quality in education. The quality measures below include the diversity and depth of curriculum offered within a curriculum, the educational outcomes of any individual course, the consistency of results from one proposal to the next, and the amount of instructional support offered.
Another goal that is often associated with distance education is efficiency. Can be measured in terms of resource utilization, which is primarily faculty and staff time in terms of education. It can also improve usage Of student time. When instructional techniques are involved, the use of distance learning may improve. Laboratories and other physical resources through prior training, orientation, and follow-up. Distance learning strategy can increase student efficiency by allowing time-shifting – hour to hour Semester and load leveling – semester, within a syllabus. The flexibility given in Opportunities may reduce the time to graduate or allow students to work or engage in athletics more easily Other Paranormal Activities. On the faculty side, increased flexibility may allow meeting classes from A Distance when traveling on research or lecture opportunities. It may allow time-shifting, hour to hour, even within one Semester to maximize the efficiency of research or other projects.
We think of customer satisfaction as a business goal. It can also be the goal of higher education. New measures of quality of education are surveying out-of-school students 1–5 years, to measure satisfaction with their education. The specific objectives associated with the goal are the perceived quality of the mismatch between the educational experience and the education provided and the larger life goals such as family and employment. In a business setting, customer satisfaction with education includes both the direct customer (student) and his or her manager. Measurements of better effectiveness than education often involve evaluations by students, their peers, and their managers.