Online Drop Rate Revisited
EPTD Volume 2002, Number 1, ISSN 1532-0030
Discusses dropout rates in online courses and suggests alternative views of the significance of high drop rates and recommends options for research and practice. Topics include differences between online and traditional students, including learning styles; performance differences and satisfaction; situational factors; and educational system characteristics. (LRW)
Diaz, D.P. (2002). Online Drop Rate Revisited. Extending the Pedagogy of Threaded-Topic Discussions., 2002(1),.
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