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LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS ONLINE: WHAT THE RESEARCH TELLS US

@inproceedings{Swan2003LEARNINGEO,
  title={LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS ONLINE: WHAT THE RESEARCH TELLS US},
  author={Karen Swan},
  year={2003}
}
  • Karen Swan
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • This paper reviews the literature on the learning effectiveness of asynchronous online environments. [...] Key Method More recent notions of interactions with computer and course interfaces and virtual interaction are also briefly examined. The chapter concludes with a summary of what the research tells us and its for implications online learning.Expand Abstract
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