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E-Learning Works - Exactly How Well Depends on its Unique Features and Barriers
CAHRS ResearchLink
  • Bradford S Bell, Cornell University
  • Jessica E Federman, Cornell University
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract

Key Findings:

  • E-learning is comparable to traditional teacher-led classroom instruction in terms of effectiveness.
  • E-learning has specific features that may influence learning: content, immersion, interactivity, and communication.
  • Barriers to e-learning adoption include fraud and cheating, digital divides and their impact on low income and underprepared students, and cost issues.

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Recommended Citation
Bell, B. & Federman. J. E. (2013, January). E-learning works - Exactly how well depends on its unique features and barriers (CAHRS ResearchLink No. 1). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, ILR School.

Citation Information
Bradford S Bell and Jessica E Federman. "E-Learning Works - Exactly How Well Depends on its Unique Features and Barriers" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bradford_bell/43/