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Teaching On-Line versus Face-to-Face

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Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 30, Number 4, ISSN 0047-2395


Investigates and describes the current instructor experience of teaching college courses over the Web versus in face-to-face formats in terms of teaching strategies, social issues, and media effects. Discusses communication styles, relationship between students and instructors, instructor workload, and discussion patterns, and proposes a model that includes isolation effects versus community effects. (Author/LRW)


Smith, G.G., Ferguson, D. & Caris, M. (2002). Teaching On-Line versus Face-to-Face. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 30(4), 337. Retrieved March 9, 2021 from .

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