Gender Differences and the Online Classroom: Male and Female College Students Evaluate Their Experiences
Community College Journal of Research and Practice Volume 25, Number 10, ISSN 1066-8926
Reports that, based on a survey of 195 distance education students, significant differences were found between the way male and female students identified the strengths and weaknesses of the online environment. Also finds that online courses are of great value to nontraditional students, particularly female adult learners with children or family responsibilities. (Contains 34 references.) (AUTH)
Patrick, S. (2001). Gender Differences and the Online Classroom: Male and Female College Students Evaluate Their Experiences. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 25(10), 805-818.
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