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Student Perceptions of the Situational, Institutional, Dispositional and Epistemological Barriers to Persistence
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Distance Education Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919

Abstract

Discusses factors which lead to attrition from adult distance learning courses. Learning barriers included situational, institutional, dispositional, and epistemological factors. Comparisons between persisters and withdrawals are presented, and the study's impact on future distance learning programs is discussed. (Contains 26 references.) (SLW)

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Garland, M.R. (1993). Student Perceptions of the Situational, Institutional, Dispositional and Epistemological Barriers to Persistence. Distance Education, 14(2), 181. Retrieved November 17, 2019 from .

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