Vol. 15 : No. 4
THE STATE EXCHANGE
State Chapters and individuals are encouraged to share information about current activities, proposed legislation, successes and caveats experienced by members of USDLA State Chapters. This will be published in a section of the USDLA web page called THE STATE EXCHANGE. Readers who are not members of State or National USDLA are also encouraged to contribute.
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION EXCHANGE
This section will highlight existing and proposed new partnerships and models for active collaboration between communications industries and education, local, state, or national, K-graduate school. It will reference new technologies that hold exceptional promise in meeting the needs of school and training environments. If you are working with technologies that you would like us to review for inclusion in TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION EXCHANGE, either as a manufacturer or user, please send information and press releases to the address above.
CALL FOR PAPERS
These official publications of the United States Distance Learning Association are interested in research, studies, policy frameworks and analysis in the areas of electronically-mediated distance learning and teaching, curriculum design, distance learning technology, administration of distance education, and related policy and institutional change. ED Journal is a refereed journal published online monthly. Ed Magazine is directed towards exchange of information, new technologies and a more general approach to Distance and Open learning. An interdisciplinary panel specializing in distance education will review all submissions.
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