ACU offers first distance learning class to students in
For Immediate Release
Jan. 12, 2000
A new distance learning program starts tomorrow, Jan. 13,
as part of Abilene Christian University's Bachelor of
Applied Studies program.
For the first time, ACU will be offering distance
learning classes for students enrolled in the BAS program to
people in Snyder, Breckenridge and Stamford.
Through the use of video-conference and tele-conference
techniques, students in the Snyder, Breckenridge and
Stamford areas will be taking an ACU class, "Adult Learning
Theory and Practice," in their respective towns with ACU
professors teaching the class from the Abilene campus.
With about 40 students in the traditional classroom,
"Adult Learning Theory and Practice," will be broadcast
tomorrow night from ACU's Mabee Business Building, Room 217.
The class starts at 6:30 p.m. and concludes by 9:20 p.m.
Eleven students will "attend" the class through the
Dr. Kelly Hamby, professor and director of University
Studies, and Dr. Gordon Dowell, director of the McNair
Scholars program, will teach the class.
Area media representatives will be covering the class in
Snyder, Breckenridge and Stamford. Interested media
representatives can make similar arrangements in Abilene by
call Tom Craig at 674-2692.
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- Last update: Jan. 12, 2000
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