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bullet Supplemental Instructional Resources for Students - Word document

bullet Characteristics of Distance Teachers
By Dehra Shafer (dws3@psu.edu ), Distance Learning Experiment Consultant
This is a brief description of Characteristics of Distance Teachers given to Pennsylvania's pilot sites Administrators.

bullet Distance Education: An Overview
This resource provides some good examples of the different ways instructions can be delivered at a distance.

bullet Ten Internet Collaborative Tools
This Web site provides a list and brief definition of the ten tools one can use to facilitate a distance course. In addition, the Web site provides links to other resources for further investigation.

bullet Computer Skills Assessment By Canton City School ABLE Created by Canton City School ABLE this computer skills assessment is for potential distance learners

bullet Computer Skills Assessment By Kimberly S. McCoy
This computer skills self rating form is suitable for use to help distance educators determining their own computer competencies as well as the skills of their students.

bullet Are you a good candidate for Distance Learning? By Kimberly S. McCoy
A checklist that should assist potential distance learners.

bullet How do you know if distance education is for you? By Kimberly S. McCoy
Computer skills assessment for potential distance learners

bullet On-line Learning Success Survey
Lansing Community College's Online Learning Success Survey can be used to assist learners with determining whether or not they are a good candidate for Distance Education.

bullet Is On-line Learning For Me?
This is WashingtonOnline's on-line quiz to assist learners with determining whether or not distance learning is for them.

bullet Are On-line Courses For Me?
University of Central Florida (UCF) has an in depth list of resources that's tailored towards potential distance students at UCF, but will assist any distance educator. Some of the resources include, a learning style survey, testimonials, pros/cons of Distance Education, and technical requirements, just to name a few.


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