Who needs to do what where?: Using learning management systems on residential vs. commuter campuses

@article{Lonn2011WhoNT,
  title={Who needs to do what where?: Using learning management systems on residential vs. commuter campuses},
  author={Steven Lonn and Stephanie D. Teasley and Andrew E. Krumm},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={642-649}
}
Learning Management Systems (LMS) are web-based systems allowing instructors and/or students to share materials and interact online. This study compared differences in LMS use between instructors and students at a large residential campus with students at a smaller commuter campus. Responses to an online survey about LMS activities and tools were categorized by three different interaction types: Learner–Instructor (LI), Learner–Content (LC), and Learner–Learner (LL). Aggregated log data was… CONTINUE READING
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