Internet Courses: Are They Worth the Effort?
Journal of College Science Teaching Volume 31, Number 2, ISSN 0047-231X
Investigates the effectiveness of an Internet-delivered course by having one group of biology students learn the course material employing Internet resources while a second attends a traditional lecture-based course. By comparing student performance and attitudes using tests, surveys, and narrative interviews, concludes that Internet courses can be a worthwhile experience for students. (Author/MM)
King, P. & Hildreth, D. (2001). Internet Courses: Are They Worth the Effort?. Journal of College Science Teaching, 31(2), 112.
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