American Journal Of Distance Education, Worldwide Int'l Educator Contacts
Q: Is there a newsgroup discussing development education, international
development, international education etc., involving professionals in the
field from around the world, especially from universities in developing
My interest is to be part of a conversation on development issues that
might be of interest to our university students involved in development
A:A good place to start looking would be on misc.education, or on misc.education.adult ... The American Center for the Study of Distance Education at Pennsylvania State University have now decided to open DEOS-L, an international discussion forum for distance education. Initially, the intention is to facilitate discussion of some of the issues presented in DEOSNEWS. We hope to promote communication among distance educators, and to disseminate information and requests about distance education around the world. DEOS-L will be open for everyone who wants to subscribe, and all subscribers may post information to the list. However, to enhance the quality of DEOS-L, we have decided to review the notes posted. Copyright Law, the Internet, and Distance Education Anita Colyer1 Context: Copyright issues and laws vary from country to country, but this discussion of copyright laws in the United States raises many of the key questions regarding copyright for distance education courses and programs and should be useful to distance educators in many different countries. Source: Colyer, Anita. 1997. "Copyright Law, the Internet, and Distance Education." The American Journal of Distance Education 11(3): 41-57. Copyright: Reproduced with permission from The American Journal of Distance Education.