Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of providing lecture notes: The role of internet technology as a delivery system and research tool
Internet and Higher Education Volume 8, Number 4, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Relationships among patterns of access to online notes, examination performance, and student absenteeism were examined. Students who made more frequent use of online notes performed at a higher level on course examinations. Students most frequently accessed online notes while corresponding lecture content was being presented in class, but this pattern weakened to some extent during the semester. Students who attended class most consistently made greater use of online notes. Patterns of online note use were different for students with low and high rates of absenteeism.
Grabe, M. & Christopherson, K. (2005). Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of providing lecture notes: The role of internet technology as a delivery system and research tool. Internet and Higher Education, 8(4), 291-298. Elsevier Ltd.
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