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The Competitive Advantage of Online versus Traditional Education
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Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference (AHRD),

Abstract

This paper examined attitudes concerning the effectiveness of distance learning, and determined the impact these perceptions had on selection decisions. Results partially supported the hypotheses, demonstrating that individuals believed distance education was of lower quality than traditional classes, and this perception impacted their hiring decisions. (Contains 3 tables.) [For complete proceedings, see ED491481.]

Citation

Peat, J.A. & Helland, K.R. (2004). The Competitive Advantage of Online versus Traditional Education. Presented at Academy of Human Resource Development International Conference (AHRD) 2004. Retrieved July 16, 2019 from .

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