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Distance Education: Better, Worse, or As Good As Traditional Education?
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Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration Volume 4, Number 4, ISSN 1556-3847

Abstract

This study examined pretest and posttest scores, homework grades, research paper grades, final exam scores, final course grades, learning styles, and ages of distance education and traditional students enrolled in a business communications class to determine if distance education is better, worse, or as good as traditional education. (Author/LRW)

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Tucker, S. (2001). Distance Education: Better, Worse, or As Good As Traditional Education?. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 4(4),. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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