Media use in distance education in Sweden

Norman F. Davies


This article gives an overview of distance language teaching which developed rapidly in
Sweden after the Second World War. It argues that so far little use has been made of
technical aids and that the computer as such is still a stranger both to the language
teacher and the student. The writer concludes that perhaps the time has come for a
technical revolution amongst Arts students.
Met hierdie artikel word 'n oorsig gegee oor afstandsonderrig-spesifiek wat tale
betref-soos dit in Swede ontwikkel het na die Tweede Wereldoorlog. Daar word op
gewys dat tot dusver min gebruik gemaak is van tegniese hulpmiddels en dat vera! die
rekenaar onderbenut is. Die skrywer sluit met die gedagte dat die tyd moontlik ryp is vir
'n tegnologiese rewolusie"in die geledere van die Lettere en Wysbegeerte.

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