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The purpose of this research was to study social presence in the online learning environment. Dimensions of social presence were examined using quantitative and qualitative methods. Three dimensions of social presence-social context, online communication, and interactivity-emerged as important...
This study was conducted to extend our understanding of the impacts on instruction when asynchronous text-based Internet communication technology is integrated into distance courses. The researchers interviewed twelve university instructors to examine Berge's (1995) four roles of the use of...
In this article, the authors discuss research findings of an evaluation of Web-based courses in which the researcher controlled for student input information-using Alexander Astin's (1993) Input-Environment-Outcome assessment model. Controlling for student characteristics decreased bias and...
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