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Learning Style and Effectiveness of Online and Face-to-Face Instruction

American Journal of Distance Education Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 0892-3647


Describes a study that compared two sections of the same course: one online and asynchronous, the other face-to-face. Examined gender, age, learning preferences and styles, media familiarity, effectiveness of tasks, course effectiveness, test grades, and final grades; and concluded that equivalent learning activities can be equally effective for online and face-to-face learners. (Author/LRW)


Neuhauser, C. (2002). Learning Style and Effectiveness of Online and Face-to-Face Instruction. American Journal of Distance Education, 16(2), 99-113. Retrieved December 12, 2019 from .

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