Improving Online Learning: Student Perceptions of Useful and Challenging Characteristics.

@article{Song2004ImprovingOL,
  title={Improving Online Learning: Student Perceptions of Useful and Challenging Characteristics.},
  author={L. Song and Ernise Singleton and J. Hill and M. Koh},
  journal={Internet and Higher Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={59-70}
}
Abstract Online courses and programs continue to grow in higher education settings. Students are increasingly demanding online access, and universities and colleges are working to meet the demands. Yet many questions remain re: the viability and veracity of online learning, particularly from the learner perspective. The purpose of this study was to gain insights into learners' perceptions of online learning. Seventy-six (76) graduate students were surveyed to identify helpful components and… Expand
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