Evaluation of Factors Related to Student Performance in a Distance-Learning Business Communication Course
Journal of Education for Business Volume 77, Number 5, ISSN 0883-2323
Performance data from 168 Hong Kong students in a distance business communication course were analyzed using two-way cross-tabulations with chi-square testing. Performance was influenced by tutorial attendance, gender, academic background, previous achievement, and relevant learning experience. (SK)
Cheung, L.L.W. & Kan, A.C.N. (2002). Evaluation of Factors Related to Student Performance in a Distance-Learning Business Communication Course. Journal of Education for Business, 77(5), 257.
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