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Re: Distance Learning

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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
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

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:

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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