Satisfaction, Academic Rigor and Interaction: Perceptions of Online Instruction

@inproceedings{Wyatt2005SatisfactionAR,
  title={Satisfaction, Academic Rigor and Interaction: Perceptions of Online Instruction},
  author={Gary Donald Wyatt},
  year={2005}
}
The recent explosion in the number of online courses offered at colleges and universities throughout the land has been both praised and scorned by members of the higher education community. Proponents of online instruction tout its ability to deliver courses and degree programs to students who are unable to attend traditional courses because of time, distance, work and family-related constraints, thus making higher education available to a new segment of the general population. Online… CONTINUE READING

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