The Changing Nature of Course "Authorship" in Online Higher Education

Keith Hampson
Contact North / Contact Nord, Canada


In the late 90s, what might now be described as the “early days” of online higher education, 56.6 kbps modems were just starting to appear in homes, online enrolment was a fraction of what it is today, the push to grow online learning was largely faculty-led, and few university strategic plans included more than a passing reference to online education.

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