Audiographic Telecourses for the Web: An Experiment

Excerpt

Forty-nine subjects were recruited from a live lecture class and randomly assigned to either the expermental (Web course) group or a control group that took the class in a traditional lecture section. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) showed that the experimental group had test scores and student attitude and teacher immediacy ratings equal to those of the control group after controlling for student gender, class level, grade point average and attendance.

About the Study

Finding No Significant Difference
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