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Interactive Television (ITV) Courses and Students' Satisfaction


Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration Volume 8, Number 4, ISSN 1556-3847


The purpose of this literature review is to identify and address major themes in the distance education literature, particularly as they relate to interactive television (ITV) and student satisfaction. Major themes include satisfaction based on site-type, previous research biases, faculty-student interaction, characteristics of satisfied learners, qualitative differences in satisfaction, satisfaction with regards to traditional versus ITV courses, attitudinal changes and time progression. In addition to summarizing this literature, this review intends to expose critical gaps and offer suggestions for future research.


Royal, K.D. & Bradley, K.D. (2005). Interactive Television (ITV) Courses and Students' Satisfaction. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 8(4),. Retrieved June 28, 2022 from .

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