1. Introduction
  2. Applications in K-12 Education
  3. Benefits of Distance Learning
  4. Connectivity Issues and Alternatives
  5. Overview of Distance Learning Technologies
  6. Print Technologies
  7. Audio/Voice Technologies
  8. Computer (Data) Technologies
  9. Video Technologies
  10. Implementing Distance Learning
  11. References
  12. Glossary

Original - 1999; Updated - 2009

Written by Dr. Ann Barron

Edited by Cathy Cavanaugh and Lynne Wyly

Publication design by Dr. Roy Winkelman

Graphics by Jill Pable

Florida Center for Instructional Technology
College of Education, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

This publication was originally produced under a grant
from the Florida Department of Education,
Office of Educational Technology,
and the Florida Information Resource Network,
The Honorable Tom Gallagher,
Commissioner of Education.

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