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Perceptions of Interaction: The Critical Predictor in Distance Education


American Journal of Distance Education Volume 7, Number 3, ISSN 0892-3647


Describes a study of elementary school teachers that examined learner perceptions of interaction--both personal and overall--and satisfaction in an inservice education course delivered by interactive television. Cognitive speed theory is explained; interactivity in distance education is discussed; implications for course design are considered; and future research is suggested. (Contains 16 references.) (LRW)


Fulford, C.P. & Zhang, S. (1993). Perceptions of Interaction: The Critical Predictor in Distance Education. American Journal of Distance Education, 7(3), 8-21. Retrieved August 17, 2022 from .

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