Distance education journal publishes manuscript written by FHSU faculty members

Four Fort Hays State University faculty members recently published an article in the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration.

"Quality and Growth Implications of Incremental Costing Models for Distance Education Units" discusses assessing the costs of distance education in terms of quality and growth.

The article was written by Dr. Chris Crawford, assistant provost for quality management and professor of leadership studies; Dr. Larry Gould, provost and professor of political science; Dennis King, director of the Virtual College and learning technologies; and Dr. Carl Parker, chair of the Department of Economics and Finance and director of employee relations.

The OJDLA is a peer-reviewed, free electronic journal focusing on the management of distance education programs. It is published quarterly and welcomes original works from practitioners and researchers with a specific focus on the management of distance education programs.

The OJDLA Web site is www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/.

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