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ADECAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation
ADECAbu Dhabi Education Council
ADECAction de Développement de l'Emploi et des Compétences (French: Employment and Skills Development Action)
ADECAdvanced Digital Entertainment Corporation
ADECAmerican Distance Education Consortium
ADECAustralian Drug Evaluation Committee
ADECAssociation of Death Education and Counseling
ADECAutonomous Decentralized Traffic Control System (Japan)
ADECAfrican Development Economic Consultants (South Africa)
ADECAdvocacy Disability Ethnicity Community (Australia)
ADECAylesbury Development Education Centre (UK)
ADECAviation Digital Exploitation Capability
ADECAssociate Degree Equivalency Certificate
ADECAsociación de Exportadores de Café (Coffee Exporters' Association, Guatemala)
ADECAstronomy Data Centers Executive Committee
ADECAirborne Defensive Electronic Countermeasures
ADECAssociation of Distance Education Colleges of South Africa (RSA)
ADECArab Architectural Design and Engineering Consultancy (stock symbol)
ADECAdaptive Detection Estimation Correlation
ADECAdvanced Diesel Electronic Controls
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While the Sloan-C pillars address quality on the program level, the American Distance Education Consortium presents guidelines for individual course quality (American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC), 2003).
-- The first tribal afthirs coordinator for the American Distance Education Consortium wants to make sure American Indians are not caught on the wrong side of the "digital divide".
In addition to its growing reseller roster, Tachyon and the American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC) just announced a program to bring advanced Internet applications to rural and low-income American learning centers.
Poley, president and CEO of the American Distance Education Consortium, a nonprofit organization composed of approximately 65 state universities and land-grant colleges.
This short article summarizes the major benchmarks related to online course development, listing and comparing the benchmarks of the National Education Association (NEA), the benchmarks of the American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC), the benchmarks of the American Federation of Teachers, and the benchmarks of the Quality Matters project.
Guiding Principles for Distance Learning and Teaching was published in 1999 by the American Distance Education Consortium (1999) and was revised to four categories with 24 principles (American Distance Education Consortium, 2002).
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