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Re: Distance Learning

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LoulieK
Mon, 10 Feb 1997 02:34:54 -0500 (EST)

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Rosa Juliusdottir recently wrote asking about distance learning opportunities
in relation to getting a Master's in Art Education. I'm not sure about these
two schools in relation to Art Education, Rosa, but both Goddard College in
Plainfield, Vermont and Union Institute (where I dont know) offer advanced
degrees through distance learning. Union will let people construct their own
programs. Both institutions might require brief residencies at times. I
actually got my undergraduate degree from Goddard, so I know it's possible.

Also, a man named John Bear wrote an excellent resource on schools offering
alternative choices in education, Bear's Guide to Earning College Degrees
Nontraditionally. I used an older version a few years ago when I was looking
for schools. The book offers a wealth of information, including programs,
addresses, etc. I found a website for him as well, at http://www.degree.net/
when I was looking on the web for distance learning info. It even included
ways to order his excellent book over the net or by fax, or by calling
1-800-770-1379.

On the search mentioned above, I found an interesting site, Barbara L.
Evenson's Bookmarks(!?) with a lot of links to distance learning resources
and sites. Here it is: http://www.wdti.tec.sd.us/educatio.htm

Have fun. You've given me some ideas of my own!
Louise King Lanzilotti
Curator of Education
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu


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