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Grahame Moore Michael

Michael Grahame Moore is Professor of Education in the Graduate School at the Pennsylvania State University where, since 1986 he has supervised doctoral research and teaches post-graduate

courses in distance education, both in the classroom and currently on the Web. Widely known in academic circles for developing the theory of distance education in the early 1970’s, he is the founder (1986) and editor of The American Journal of Distance Education. More than a hundred publications include Distance Education: a Systems View, (1996, second edition 2005, with G. Kearsley), also published in Chinese, Japanese and Korean, and The Handbook of Distance Education, (2003, second edition, 2007). He has presented at conferences and given workshops in more than thirty countries and as many US states. From 1996-8 he was Visiting Scholar in the Human Development Department at the World Bank, and besides continuing as consultant at the Bank has worked for many national and international agencies, including UNESCO, the International Monetary Fund, and the Commonwealth of Learning. Moore served a four-year term as Vice-President of the International Council for Distance Education and in 2002 was inducted into the United States Distance Learning Association Hall of Fame. For a full resume see:

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