E-Tutor Perceptions towards the Star Rural Area E-Learning Project
Chiung-Wei Huang, Eric Liu, National Central University, Zhongli, Taiwan
IJOPCD Volume 5, Number 1, ISSN 2155-6873 Publisher: IGI Global
The authors examine e-tutor perceptions of the star rural area e-learning project, service learning. The study employed 125 volunteer e-tutors twice per week for one semester. A survey found that e-tutors had the most positive perceptions towards teaching preparation. The results showed that only e-tutors from different grades reflected various perceptions of the star rural area e-learning project and no significant differences existed regarding genders, schools, and majors' perceptions. Integrating digital technology into teaching improves e-tutee abilities in information technology and balances the educational resources gap between city and county.
Huang, C.W. & Liu, E. (2015). E-Tutor Perceptions towards the Star Rural Area E-Learning Project. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, 5(1), 20-29. IGI Global.
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