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Receptivity to Distance Learning: The Effect of Technology, Reputation, Constraints, and Learning Preferences
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Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 33, Number 3, ISSN 0888-6504

Abstract

Discusses distance learning research and describes a study of 399 students at two universities that investigated the role of perceived technology usefulness, technological familiarity and accessibility, reputation, constraints, learning preferences, and demographic factors on prospective receptivity toward distance learning. Considers implications of the findings for educators. (Author/LRW)

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Christensen, E.W., Anakwe, U.P. & Kessler, E.H. (2001). Receptivity to Distance Learning: The Effect of Technology, Reputation, Constraints, and Learning Preferences. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 33(3), 263. Retrieved June 1, 2020 from .

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