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Comparing Business Law in Online and Face to Face Formats: A Difference in Student Learning Perception (forthcoming)

@inproceedings{Dutcher2014ComparingBL,
  title={Comparing Business Law in Online and Face to Face Formats: A Difference in Student Learning Perception (forthcoming)},
  author={Christen Dutcher and Kathryn K. Epps and M. C. Cleaveland},
  year={2014}
}
ABSTRACTThis paper extends the body of research investigating potential differences in face to face and online delivery of a business law course. Using a unique survey, it investigates student perceptions of their learning and understanding of key course concepts, as well as student satisfaction with the course and course instruction. Further, the paper explores the specific characteristics of online versus face to face students that may impact their satisfaction.INTRODUCTIONInstitutions of… CONTINUE READING
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