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Teaching Tech(no)bodies: Open Learning and Postgraduate Pedagogy
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Australian Universities' Review Volume 38, Number 2, ISSN 0818-8068

Abstract

The emergence of open education at the level of graduate study, characterized by more individualized study, distance education, and increased use of technology, is changing the roles and relationship of teacher and student. It will become increasingly important to acknowledge these changed physical boundaries and adjust teaching accordingly. (MSE)

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McWilliam, E. & Palmer, P. (1995). Teaching Tech(no)bodies: Open Learning and Postgraduate Pedagogy. Australian Universities' Review, 38(2), 32-34. Retrieved September 25, 2022 from .

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