The Master's Degree in Social Work at Cleveland State University and the University of Akron: A Case Study of the Benefits and Costs of a Joint Degree Program Offered via Videoconferencing


Comparisons were made of grade averages for students at sending and receive sites ... The 't' statistic was not significant (5 percent level) in any of the comparisons made. There is no significant difference in learning outcomes, as measured by grades, for students at send or receive sites. By implication there is no evidence of either a positive or negative effect due to the use of videoconferenceng technology nor of grading bias on the part of instructors.

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Finding No Significant Difference
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