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Language of Text,Soundtrack etc.:English
Record identifier:928
national bibliography number:68
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility:Mary Rose Grant
Title and statement of responsibility and:Longitudinal Comparison between Online and Face-to-Face Courses in an Adult Continuing Education Program\ Grant, Mary RoseThornton, Heather R.
Summary or Abstract:A longitudinal study was conducted to explore differences in student perceptions between online and face-to-face courses in an undergraduate adult credit and continuing education program. Differences were assessed in the areas of Instructional Effectiveness, Course Difficulty, Course Comparability, Necessity of Prerequisites and the Perceived Quality of the Textbook. Using archival data from 58 online and face-to-face end-of-course evaluations from courses taught between 2002 and 2005, 784 student responses were collated and analyzed. Online and face-to-face classes in biology, history, theology and philosophy taught by the same discipline-prepared instructors were examined. Instructors used the same syllabi and learning objectives during this four year period. Statistical tests were used to determine whether any differences existed between online and face-to-face course ratings. Overall, results revealed that there were more differences between the years than between the course formats. This study has implications for administrators who are considering launching online courses and faculty considering transitioning courses from face-to-face to online formats.
Topical Name Used as Subject:Elearning
Personal Name - Alternative Intelectual Responsibility:Heather R. Thornton