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Student Perceptions of Web-based Instruction: A Comparative Analysis

Student Perceptions of Web-based Instruction: A Comparative Analysis

The article presents the findings of a recent longitudinal study that compares student perception of instruction scores between online and regular classes. Participants in the study were campus-based traditional undergraduate students enrolled at a large public U.S. university. The findings suggest that student perceptions of course participation are influenced by matters of convenience. The article concludes with relevant implications for educators who design and teach web-based courses to traditional undergraduate students.
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