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How Accurately Do Instructors Judge Students' Attitudes Online? A Measurement of Expectations and Level of Satisfaction with an Online Information Systems Masters Program
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Association for Learning Technology Journal Volume 10, Number 3, ISSN 0968-7769

Abstract

Describes a study that was conducted to examine issues of expectations, concerns, demographics, and satisfaction level of students in an online masters program. A comparison of instructors' opinions and results of student surveys revealed that online instructors did have a good grasp of online students' expectations, concerns, demographics, and satisfaction level. (Author/LRW)

Citation

Macht, L.N. & Preece, J. (2002). How Accurately Do Instructors Judge Students' Attitudes Online? A Measurement of Expectations and Level of Satisfaction with an Online Information Systems Masters Program. Association for Learning Technology Journal, 10(3), 70-82. Retrieved August 16, 2022 from .

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