Perceptions of Compressed Video Distance Learning (Dl) Across Location and Levels of Instruction in Business Courses
Journal of Education for Business
In this article, the authors compared student perceptions about distance learning (DL) across location, type of business course, and level of instruction. Results indicated that there were no differences in student perceptions based on type of course or level of instruction. Onsite students found the DL classroom more distracting than did remote location students, and the lack of alternative course delivery formats was more relevant to remote than to onsite students. All students were more satisfied than dissatisfied with the DL experience.
Campbell, Constance, Cathy Owens Swift.
"Perceptions of Compressed Video Distance Learning (Dl) Across Location and Levels of Instruction in Business Courses."
Journal of Education for Business, 81 (3): 170-174: Taylor & Francis Online.
doi: https://doi.org/10.3200/JOEB.81.3.170-174 source: https://doi.org/10.3200/JOEB.81.3.170-174