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Associations between Nonverbal Behaviors and Initial Impressions of Instructor Competence and Course Content in Videotaped Distance Education Courses
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Communication Education Volume 47, Number 1, ISSN 0363-4523

Abstract

Finds that instructors who are viewed as expressive, warm, and involved are most likely to be judged (by students viewing instructional videotapes used in distance education courses) as highly competent and that, when instructors are expressive, warm, involved, and articulate, their course content is likely to be judged favorably, especially if they are not overly composed and fluent. (SR)

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Guerrero, L.K. & Miller, T.A. (1998). Associations between Nonverbal Behaviors and Initial Impressions of Instructor Competence and Course Content in Videotaped Distance Education Courses. Communication Education, 47(1), 30-42. Retrieved April 14, 2021 from .

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