Do College Students Participate More in Discussion in Traditional Delivery Courses or in Interactive Telecourses? A Preliminary ComparisonThe Journal of Higher Education
AbstractThis study research seeks to fill that void with a preliminary comparison of the nature of interaction in interactive telecourses versus traditional delivery college courses on a single campus in the same semester. This study was conducted in the fall semester of 1999 at Indiana University Purdue University Columbus, a commuter satellite campus of Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, a major state university with an enrollment of approximately 25,000 students.
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Citation InformationHoward, Jay R. 2002. “Do College Students Participate More in Discussion in Traditional Delivery Courses or in Interactive Telecourses? A Preliminary Comparison,” The Journal of Higher Education 73(6): 764-780.