Facilitating Web-based Instruction: Formative Research on Improving an Online Undergraduate Business Course
Quarterly Review of Distance Education Volume 2, Number 3, ISSN 1528-3518
This purpose of this study was to assist an instructor in facilitating an online course while the class was being offered, and to provide timely interventions for improving the course during the semester. Instructional interventions were suggested and an overall evaluation was conducted. The approach, findings, and recommendations have implications for other instructors and instructional designers. (Author/AEF)
Wang-Chavez, J., Branon, R. & Mikolaj, P. (2001). Facilitating Web-based Instruction: Formative Research on Improving an Online Undergraduate Business Course. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 2(3), 209.
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