From the Desk of the Executive Editor: Development time for distance learning
Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems
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The time needed to develop a distance education course should be carefully considered. The Association recognizes that evidence documenting the amount of work required for distance-education courses remains largely anecdotal… In the absence of more definitive data, workload provisions should take into account the anecdotal evidence that distance education course development is taking two to three times as long as comparable courses taught in the traditional manner. American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Report of Special Committee on Distance Education & Intellectual Property Issues to the Collective Bargaining Congress, December 1999.
Abramson, Gertrude W., "From the Desk of the Executive Editor: Development time for distance learning" (2003). CEC Faculty Articles. 220.