Student Perceptions of Satisfaction and Opportunities for Critical Thinking in Distance Education by Interactive Video
American Journal of Distance Education Volume 14, Number 3, ISSN 0892-3647
Discussion of critical thinking in distance education focuses on a study that investigated graduate students' satisfaction and perception of opportunities for critical thinking in distance education courses that utilized a two-way audio and video system. Results show students had positive perceptions of the interactive technology, their instructors, and course management. (Author/LRW)
Hilgenberg, C. & Tolone, W. (2000). Student Perceptions of Satisfaction and Opportunities for Critical Thinking in Distance Education by Interactive Video. American Journal of Distance Education, 14(3), 59-73.
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