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The factor structure of teaching development needs for distance delivered e-learning
(International Journal for Academic Development, 2008-06)
The rise of the telecommuter and the fall of community: False promises
(Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, 2007-05)
The rise of the teleworker: False promises and responsive solutions.
(Higher Education, 2008)
The rise of the telecommuter.
As the number of distance delivered e-learning courses being offered increases, so does the number of academics who are teaching from their home offices—most often referred to as ‘teleworkers’. While research has shown ...