Overcoming Barriers to Successful Delivery of Distance-Learning Courses
For this study, the authors collected data from 81 business professors who taught distance-learning courses at 61 U.S. business schools accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Findings indicate that the professors (a) primarily used self-training for the design and delivery of on-line courses, (b) believed that the technology was not sufficiently reliable, (c) believed that the greatest benefit of distance learning was flexibility for students, and (d) perceived a student-centered teaching approach as necessary for successful distance-education courses.
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Perreault, Heidi, Lila Waldman, Melody Alexander, and Jensen Zhao. "Overcoming barriers to successful delivery of distance-learning courses." Journal of Education for Business 77, no. 6 (2002): 313-318.
Journal of Education for Business