The development of online courses is replete with challenges for the instructor and for curriculum planners who wish to provide students the convenience of online instruction and take advantage of the power of the venue. Despite the obvious promise of technologies with seemingly unlimited potential and capability, certain inherent limitations add a complexity to their implementation. This article discusses the need for a philosophical underpinning that considers both the power and limitations of the online instructional venue.
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Hackett, T. (2007). Online Instruction in the University Setting: Reflections on Four Years of Practice in Distance Education. Perspectives In Learning, 8 (2). Retrieved from http://csuepress.columbusstate.edu/pil/vol8/iss2/7