Myths and distance education: What the research says
Criticism, Distance Education, Faculty Development, Interaction
Quarterly Review of Distance Education
Addresses three myths relating to distance education: (1) for video-based distance education, the higher the frames per second the better; (2) the more interaction, the better; and (3) instructor training is required for anyone planning to teach at a distance.
Simonson, Michael, "Myths and distance education: What the research says" (2000). Fischler College of Education: Faculty Articles. 124.