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Re-thinking Instructional Immediacy for Web Courses: A Social Cognitive Exploration
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Communication Education Volume 49, Number 4, ISSN 0363-4523

Abstract

Suggests that Web courses have the potential to be more immediate than conventional classroom instruction by introducing a new "agency" into the learning environment, the computer. Presents an exploratory qualitative ethnographic content analysis of three Web courses that identified potential indicators of immediacy in Web classrooms and framed recommendations about future research on instructional immediacy and Web course design. (SG)

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LaRose, R. & Whitten, P. (2000). Re-thinking Instructional Immediacy for Web Courses: A Social Cognitive Exploration. Communication Education, 49(4), 320. Retrieved July 16, 2019 from .

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