Library Skills Instruction: A Comparison of Students in a Web-based Course Versus a Traditional Instruction Course
Regarding achievement, t-test calculations revealed that the two groups did not perform differently on the final exam for the course. These findings suggest that there was no loss in quality due to the web format… In this case, quality was not affected by format… These calculations reavealed no differences on three of the background variables–race, urban/rural high school, and parent education…it was shown that both groups [web-based/traditional] performed the same with regard to the achievement variable.
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|Finding||No Significant Difference|
|Links to Article||http://muse.jhu.edu/cgi-bin/access.cgi?uri=/journals/portal_libraries_and_the_academy/v001/1.3alexander.html&session=63670005|
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