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A Faculty Assessment of the Academic Rigor of On- and Off-Campus Courses in Agriculture
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Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 1042-0541

Abstract

Using exploratory factor analysis, data from 132 agriculture faculty showed that they rated the academic rigor of off-campus courses (in terms of active learning, effort, and high cognitive levels) lower than on-campus courses. Their opinions were not related to their experience with distance teaching. (SK)

Citation

Miller, G. & Shih, C.C. (1999). A Faculty Assessment of the Academic Rigor of On- and Off-Campus Courses in Agriculture. Journal of Agricultural Education, 40(1), 57-65. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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