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Distance Education Associations

The American Center for the Study of Distance Education (1984-2000)
ACSDE is a part of the Pennsylvania State University College of Education. The collection includes journals and research monographs. T

The American Distance Education Consortium 
ADEC is a non-profit distance education consortium composed of approximately 65 state universities and land-grant colleges.

The Distance Education Accrediting Commision (DEAC)
Private, non-profit organization founded in 1926 that operates as a national accreditor of distance education institutions.

EDUCAUSE 
Non-profit organization with over 1,800 college and university members. One of EDUCAUSE's primary purposes is to improve and transform the use of information technology resources on college and university campuses. | Research and Publications | 

International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 
Peer-reviewed electronic journal that provides articles on theory, research, and practice of distance education. 

National Education Association (NEA): Distance Education Resources  
Includes reports and links to distance learning websites. 

Sloan Consortium
Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) is a consortium of institutions and organizations committed to help learning organizations continually improve the quality of their online programs.

Sloan-C publications: http://www.sloan-c.org/publications/index.asp. 

The United States Distance Learning Association  
Provides national leadership in the field of distance learning, advocates and promotes its use, and provides current information.

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