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Promises of Interactivity: Aligning Leaner Perceptions and Expectations with Strategies for Flexible and Online Learning
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Distance Education Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0158-7919

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Presents a study of Australian undergraduates that investigated ways people perceive interactivity and the extent to which it adds value to the online learning process. Results showed students had specific expectations of interactivity that were consistent with theoretical frameworks of learning and provided insights for the design of online collaborative learning environments. (Author/LRW)

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Sims, R. (2003). Promises of Interactivity: Aligning Leaner Perceptions and Expectations with Strategies for Flexible and Online Learning. Distance Education, 24(1), 87-103. Retrieved July 2, 2022 from .

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