to be considered for publication in Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition:
Spring,   Summer,   Fall,   or   Winter
See Submission & Publication Timeline.   ( early, regular, short )
Note, early submission includes consideration for co-publication in AEQ Open-Access- outlets (see bottom of this page).
Please observe Six simple submission steps
Steve Pec   Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
Technologies' ability to support distributed education offers campus decision-makers a particularly difficult set of choices. While technology provides the capability to deliver academic programs at-a-distance, its pervasiveness and ease-of-use do not singularly justify a commitment of scarce institutional resources. That an institution can buy and use technology, does not mean that it should significantly invest in and suffer those opportunity costs inherent in the successful practice of Distributed Education in a consumer-driven economic environment.
This thread's focus attends to interests and concerns of distributed education practitioners, academic administrators, and those concerned with answering "why do it" rather than "how to do it" questions. Articles will attend to: institutional cultures and their impact on Distributed Education practice, definers and definitions of quality, best practices, business planning, marketing, and return-on-institutional-investment. They will challenge individuals and test current practices with regard to client -centered values, tools measuring the degree to which quality is met, and systemic incentives/ disincentives that impact satisfaction, commitment and attrition.
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, librarians and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: DISTRIBUTED