Distance Education Report
Distance Education Report newsletter brings subscribers the latest news and views about online learning... case studies, best practices, analysis from our experienced editors and key contributions from your peers nationwide. Twice monthly, it delivers valuable insight on creating, implementing and managing distance education programs.
The newsletter that helps you improve your online learning programs, from the "big picture" to the nuts and bolts.
A MUST read for:
Twice each month, Distance Education Report delivers timely insights and practical advice to keep your distance ed program moving forward. Issue after issue, it features case studies, best practices, analysis from our experienced editors, and key contributions from your peers nationwide.
Distance Education Report helps you:
- Boost student retention
- Design faculty development programs
- Stay current with best practices in course and program creation and administration
- Comply with federal regulations
- Advocate effectively for distance education
Published 24 times per year.
Christopher Hill has covered the distance education field since 2000 as managing editor of Distance Education Report.
Chris also edits a number of other titles for Magna Publications, and in 2003 he won an Apex Communicator¹s award for his Magna newsletter, Administrator.
Chris previously worked as a producer of children's media, an advertising agency broadcast producer, and communications director for the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee.
His book, Holidays and Holy Nights, was published in 2003.
Distance Education Report covers topics you're interested in, including:
- Program development and management
- Marketing and recruitment
- Faculty development
- Building support for distance education programs
- New technology
- Student retention
- New issues in compliance
- Assessment and evaluation
What subscribers are saying about Distance Education Report
"The articles are always timely and dovetail with issues that I am experiencing. Also, it helps me prepare for new trends."
"It provides meaningful, topical, research-based information. I frequently find information to pass along to faculty."
"It provides that analysis needed to manage the often unjustified hype of vendors or evangelists of Online Education. It brings things down to earth and helps me determine what is important for me to pay attention to, right now."
"Keeps me aware of many things happening in the world of DE that I may otherwise not read about."