Chapter 1. Online Learning in K–12 and Higher Education and the Library Professional

Lucy Santos Green


Every once in a while, my colleagues across the fields of library and information science and instructional technology debate the growth and application of online (or, as it is sometimes referred to, distance) education. For those of us who are passionate about high-quality online learning, it often comes as a surprise that anyone might still be hesitant or against the creation of a fully online course.

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