Web-Assisted and Online Learning
Business Communication Quarterly Volume 64, Number 2, ISSN 1080-5699
Argues that distance learning technologies are tools. Offers the author's experiences of teaching web-assisted as well as online courses as examples of different approaches to distance learning, each with totally different dynamics. Concludes that meaningful learning took place in both classes, whether web-assisted traditional instruction or delivered totally online. Notes that online learning offers better access to unserved populations. (SR)
McEwen, B.C. (2001). Web-Assisted and Online Learning. Business Communication Quarterly, 64(2), 98-103.
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