Web-based and Traditional Instruction: A Systematic Study of student and Instructor Perceptions from a Graduate MLIS Program
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Buchanan, E., Xie, I., Wolfram, D. & Brown, M. (2000). Web-based and Traditional Instruction: A Systematic Study of student and Instructor Perceptions from a Graduate MLIS Program. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (pp. 655-656). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The authors compared traditional classroom instruction with web-based equivalent courses in a graduate program in library and information science. The study investigated differences in overall student performance, student attitudes towards their courses and the learning approaches used. Findings indicate that there are no significant differences in student performance and that students felt the web-based experience worked well in certain environments.
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