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Influence of Interactive Videoconferencing on the Performance of Pharmacy Students and Instructors
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American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 64, Number 2, ISSN 0002-9459

Abstract

Examined effects of interactive videoconferencing (IVC) on pharmacy students' (n=26) academic performance and pharmacy instructors' (n=4) teaching evaluations. There was no difference in performance between students who attended live lectures and students who received lectures via IVC. However, students rated IVC instructors lower than live instructors. (DB)

Citation

Chisholm, M.A., Miller, A.W., Spruill, W.J., Cobb, H.H., Reinhardt, B.O., Terry, A.V., Reese, R.L. & Wade, W.E. (2000). Influence of Interactive Videoconferencing on the Performance of Pharmacy Students and Instructors. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 64(2), 152. Retrieved April 26, 2019 from .

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