Online versus Traditionally-Delivered Instruction: A Descriptive Study of Learner Characteristics in a Community College Setting
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration Volume 5, Number 1, ISSN 1556-3847
Discussion of the growing use of distance education focuses on a study that compared the learning styles of community college students who enrolled in an off-campus online course via the Internet and those who were taking the same course on-campus. Examines demographic characteristics, employment and occupational status, and educational characteristics. (LRW)
Halsne, A.M. & Gatta, L.A. (2002). Online versus Traditionally-Delivered Instruction: A Descriptive Study of Learner Characteristics in a Community College Setting. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 5(1),.
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