Teaching Online-A Time Comparison

@inproceedings{CavanaughTeachingOT,
  title={Teaching Online-A Time Comparison},
  author={Joseph Cavanaugh}
}
The success of distance courses has prompted universities nationwide to increase the number of courses offered online. As the number of these courses has increased, the challenges involved in developing and offering them have become more apparent. One particular difficulty when teaching in an online format is that it can be more time-consuming than teaching in a traditional in-class format. This case study investigates this issue through the use of a detailed comparison of the time required to… CONTINUE READING

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