The Effects of Three Web-Based Delivery Models on Undergraduate College Student Achievement
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Ahern, T.C. & Martindale, T. (2001). The Effects of Three Web-Based Delivery Models on Undergraduate College Student Achievement. International Journal of Educational Telecommunications, 7(4), 379-392. Norfolk, VA: AACE.
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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications
Volume 7, Issue 4, 2001
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Norfolk, VA
Web-based instruction (WBI) is becoming much more common with the growth of the Internet and available computer networks (Harasim, Hiltz, Teles, & Turoff, 1995). With the rapid expansion of WBI there is a need to examine its effectiveness. This quasi-experimental study compared three delivery models: direct instruction, concept attainment, and small-group discussion. The study found no significant main effects. However, there was a significant interaction effect between delivery model and prior web experience. This indicates that for some learners, certain delivery models may be more effective for web-based environments.
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