A Descriptive Study of Community College Teachers' Attitudes toward Online Learning
TLRPTIL Volume 47, Number 5, ISSN 8756-3894
Presents a cross-sectional, quantitative descriptive study that examined community college professors' attitudes toward online learning. Results indicated that instructors realize the large role of technology and its potential to contribute to increased learning. Confidence in their computer skills was high, and they felt that the increased time to design online courses might not be worth the effort. (MES)
Wang, M., MacArthur, D.A. & Crosby, B. (2003). A Descriptive Study of Community College Teachers' Attitudes toward Online Learning. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 47(5), 28-31.
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