Skip to main content
Article
Do College Students Participate More in Discussion in Traditional Delivery Courses or in Interactive Telecourses? A Preliminary Comparison
The Journal of Higher Education
  • Jay R. Howard, Butler University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2002
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/jhe.2002.0052
Abstract
This 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.
Rights

This article was archived with permission from The Ohio State University Press, all rights reserved.

Citation Information
Howard, 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.