Book Review – De la educación a distancia a la educación virtual
AbstractAuthors: Lorenzo García Aretio, Marta Ruiz Ruiz and Daniel Domínguez Figaredo. (2007). De la educación a distancia a la educación virtual. Barcelona: Editorial Ariel, S.A. ISBN: 978-84-344-2666-5. Reviewed by: Peter S. Cookson, Director Académico, El Consorcio Clavijero, Mexico Editor’s Note: This book is published in Spanish only. This book comprises the reflections of knowledgeable and seasoned distance education practitioners on the paradigm shift from (fourth generation) distance education to (fifth generation) virtual education. The authors are seasoned and prominent academics at the Distance Education University (UNED) of Spain. Lorenzo García Aretio is the Unesco Distance Education Chair and Dean, Marta Ruiz Ruiz is a professor and Vice-Dean, and Daniel Domínguez Figaredo is a faculty member and researcher in the Department of Educational Theory and Social Education.
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