A Comparison of Interaction in AV-based and Internet-based Distance Courses
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At the center of the debate over the viability of distance education is whether the newer electronic technologies can offer enough interaction to maintain quality learner outcomes and critical mass. Two of the most commonly used forms of distance education are 1) two-way, fully interactive audio-video classrooms and 2) on-line instruction through the Internet or Worldwide Web. This study used qualitative methods to compare and contrast the interaction that occurred in distance learning courses... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: June 24, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 11, 2008
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Submitter: Sorel Reisman

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