|Title:||Mega-universities and Knowledge Media|
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|Publisher:||Routledge; 1 edition (January 2, 1997)|
Mega-Universities and Knowledge Media book. Born in South Carolina and raised in the suburbs of Washington, . John Daniel has lived in the West since 1966. After attending and dropping out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, he worked as a logger, railroad inspector, rock climbing instructor, hod carrier, and poet-in-the-schools. He began to write poetry and prose in the 1970s while living on a ranch in south-central Oregon. In 1982 he Born in South Carolina and raised in the suburbs of Washington, . John Daniel has lived in the West since 1966
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by John Daniel (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0749426347. Tony Bates, Director, Distance Education and Technology, University of British Columbia "John S. Danielbs Mega-Universities and the Knowledge Media is many things: a visionary treatise, a case study, a strategic plan, and a practical guide. Danielbs book confirms that educators worldwide have much to d. ven the most forward thinking of universities will find in (the) book a fresh vision for making. This book is a "must read" for those interested in distance education on a large or a small scale. -- The American Journal of Distance Education
In his book, Mega Universities & Knowledge Media: Technology Strategies for Higher Education, Professor John S. Daniel of the Open University, United Kingdom (OU UK) described UNISA as the oldest mega university which began as the University of the Cape of Good Hope in 1873 when it was an examining body for ailiated university colleges. UNISA has been described as a mega university, and the only dedicated distance education provider in the African continent.
A discussion of how the knowledge media can contribute to the renewal of universities, particularly through the development of distance education. Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua And Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bonaire, Sint Eustatius And Saba Bosnia And Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile.
It uses examples from industry and the knowledge media, to show how technology-based learning can be made attractive both to students and to institutions. An appendix includes profiles of 11 mega-universities: The China TV University System; The Centre National d'Enseignement a Distance (France); The Indira Gandhi National Open University (India); Universitas Terbuka (Indonesia); Payame Noor University (Iran); The Korea National Open University; The University of South Africa; Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (Spain); Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (Thailand); Anadolu University (Turkey); and The Open.
Mega-universities and Knowledge Media ) A discussion of how the knowledge media can contribute to the renewal of universities, particularly through the development of distance education. Daniel, John Sagar was born on May 31, 1942 in Banstead, United Kingdom. Son of John Edward and Winifred (Sagar) Daniel. Bachelor, Oxford University, England, 1964.
T1 - Mega-universities and knowledge media. T2 - British Journal of Educational Technology. Hedberg JG. Mega-universities and knowledge media: technology strategies for higher education - Daniel,JS. British Journal of Educational Technology. 1997 Oct;28(4):314-315.