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Student Perspectives: Responses to Internet Opportunities in a Distance Learning Environment
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Mid-Western Educational Researcher Volume 11, Number 4, ISSN 1056-3997

Abstract

A graduate-level distance-learning course used a "class page" on the World Wide Web to increase student interaction and access to Web resources. Student surveys and interviews focused on student reactions, stresses, and coping strategies related to communication issues and anxieties, computer involvement, computer and Internet access, and self-management of time and personal resources. Contains 55 references. (SV)

Citation

Saunders, N.G., Malm, L.D., Malone, B.G., Nay, F.W., Oliver, B.E. & Thompson, J.C. (1998). Student Perspectives: Responses to Internet Opportunities in a Distance Learning Environment. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 11(4), 8-18. Retrieved April 17, 2021 from .

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