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dc.contributor.authorWong-Wylie, Gina
dc.description.abstractIn North America, where the majority of Distance Education (DE) learners are female, women face a multitude of barriers and challenges, the effects of which can result in undue stress and attrition in DE programs. Dr. Gina Wong-Wylie, Assistant Professor, Counselling Psychology/Applied Psychology, will present: issues and perspectives discussed in extant literature; poignant themes that emerged through recent qualitative research involving women in early motherhood who were concurrently engaged in distance learning; a reflection on themes and strategies associated with success in women learning virtually anywhere.en
dc.titleWomen & Distance Education: Issues and Perspectivesen

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