Measuring Faculty Participation in Asynchronous Discussion Forums
Journal of Education for Business Volume 78, Number 6, ISSN 0883-2323
A taxonomy of types of faculty participation in online course discussions was developed and a survey of 18 online business instructors and administrators was used to develop expectations for type and number of feedback messages. Results were used to analyze business courses and develop guidelines for teachers' role. (Contains 13 references.) (SK)
Blignaut, A.S. & Trollip, S.R. (2003). Measuring Faculty Participation in Asynchronous Discussion Forums. Journal of Education for Business, 78(6), 347.
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