Online or Traditional: A Study to Examine Course Characteristics Contributing to Students' Preference for Classroom Settings

@article{Klaus2009OnlineOT,
  title={Online or Traditional: A Study to Examine Course Characteristics Contributing to Students' Preference for Classroom Settings},
  author={Tim Klaus and Chuleeporn Changchit},
  journal={IJICTE},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={14-23}
}
Technological advancements currently penetrate society, changing the way that some courses are taught. It has become more apparent in higher education institutions that all classes are not as adaptive to an online format as others. Since many institutions of higher education further incorporate online courses into their curriculum, it is important to understand the characteristics of courses that affect students’ preferences for either traditional classroom environments or online environments… CONTINUE READING

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