Students Prefer To Take 'Important' Courses Face To Face
from eCampus News
The independent nature of online courses has seemingly driven community college students to sign up for less challenging classes online while taking tough classes in a traditional classroom. While prior studies have shown that many community college students struggled in Web-based courses, new research published by the Community College Research Center in New York shows that even as two-year schools have grown their various online offerings, students are hesitant to take "important" classes outside the face-to-face teaching and learning environment.
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