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Distributed Learning in British Columbia: A Journey from Correspondence to Online Delivery
Education Faculty Publications
  • Tim Winkelmans, British Columbia Ministry of Education
  • Barry Anderson, Solte Consulting
  • Michael Barbour, Sacred Heart University
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Article
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Abstract

Canada is characterised by a large geographic area, rugged terrain, and many rural communities whose schools cannot offer the same educational opportunities as their urban counterparts. The province of British Columbia exemplifi es this situation. Since 1919, British Columbia has embraced open and distance learning to provide education opportunities across the vast province. British Columbia now has over 50 public and independent (i.e., private) schools offering distributed learning to almost 60,000 students in primary and secondary education.

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Winkelmans, Tim, Barry Anderson, and Michael K. Barbour. "Distributed Learning in British Columbia: A Journey from Correspondence to Online Delivery." Journal of Open, Flexible, and Distance Learning 14.1 (2010): 6–28.

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Tim Winkelmans, Barry Anderson and Michael Barbour. "Distributed Learning in British Columbia: A Journey from Correspondence to Online Delivery" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_barbour/8/