Non-Traditional Student Performance and Attitudes toward Online and Other Forms of Distance Learning
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With increasing numbers of non-traditional students, a declining economy, and limited educational budgets, universities are increasing the number of online and other forms of instruction as part of their instructional mix. This study samples non-traditional students in four business core courses with experience in both online and distance education courses to determine their performance and attitudes toward these methods of instruction.
Beaghan, J.P. (2013). Non-traditional student performance and attitudes toward online and other forms of distance learning. Review of Business Research 13(1), 23-28. DOI: 10.18374/RBR-13-1.3
Review of Business Research
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