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Using Electronic Messaging to Improve the Quality of Instruction

Journal of Education for Business Volume 70, Number 4, ISSN 0883-2323


Qualitative and quantitative data from business students using electronic mail and computer conferencing showed these methods enabled the instructor to be more accessible and responsive; greater class cohesion developed, and perceived quality of the course and instructor effectiveness increased. (SK)


Zack, M.H. (1995). Using Electronic Messaging to Improve the Quality of Instruction. Journal of Education for Business, 70(4), 202. Retrieved January 24, 2021 from .

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