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Transitioning to an Online Instructional Delivery System: Successes and Challenges
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Mid-Western Educational Researcher Volume 16, Number 4, ISSN 1056-3997

Abstract

This article examines many of the issues that the Graduate School of Education and Professional Development at Marshall University has experienced in its move to online delivery of coursework. Institutional, faculty, and student matters are addressed in the context of the transition. Examples of the challenges as well as successes are offered as a reference for institutions contemplating moving to or expanding online course offerings.

Citation

Childress, R.B. & Pauley, R. (2003). Transitioning to an Online Instructional Delivery System: Successes and Challenges. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 16(4), 7-12. Retrieved October 17, 2019 from .

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