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ABSTRACT

Midwifery education is undergoing a curriculum revolution that is reflective of current trends in other fields. Distance learning programs have developed in response to these changes. This article provides an overview of a student-centered transactional educational model, discusses the role of faculty as midwife-teachers, and reviews the factors influencing technology decisions for distance education. Curricular structure is discussed and ideas for learning activities are presented to assist faculty considering the development of off-campus, distance learning courses.