The Online Delivery of Psychology Courses: Attrition, Performance, and Evaluation
Teaching of Psychology Volume 28, Number 2, ISSN 0098-6283
Provides data from two studies that compared student attrition, performance, and evaluation in classroom-based and online sections focusing on introductory psychology. In study 1 students chose whether to enroll in an online versus classroom section while in study 2 students were assigned. (CMK)
Waschull, S.B. (2001). The Online Delivery of Psychology Courses: Attrition, Performance, and Evaluation. Teaching of Psychology, 28(2), 143.
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