E-Learning Works - Exactly How Well Depends on its Unique Features and BarriersCAHRS ResearchLink
AbstractKey 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.
Citation InformationBradford 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/