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Students' attitudes toward interaction in online learning: Exploring the relationship between attitudes, learning styles, and course satisfaction
Students' attitudes@toward@interaction in online@learning: Exploring the relationship between attitudes, learning styles, and course@satisfaction (2004) pp. 1–136
This study sought to explore students' attitudes toward four types of interactions: instructional, affective, collaborative, and vicarious. One hundred and eighty-two students enrolled in online courses at a community college in the southwestern...
Higher Education Faculty and Students: Practical Design Implications from Global e-Learning Investigations
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2007 (Mar 26, 2007) pp. 558–565
Practical implications from research that explored the effects of online learning on higher education faculty and students will be presented. The research included both qualitative and quantitative methodology and diverse data collection techniques...