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Online Courses
An examination of the advantages and disadvantages of online learning.
# 53276 | 4,146 words | 16 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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Description:

This paper looks at how the advent of the Internet has revolutionized the traditional educational environment and how online learning has become the norm even at the most prestigious universities and institutions of higher learning. It evaluates several research methodologies, determining the success rate in learning styles for online education courses by focusing on past studies and the factors needed to strengthen future studies.

Outline
Introduction
Online Learning Courses
Advantages/Disadvantages
Success Rates in Learning Styles For Online Education Courses
Study of Graduate Students
Interactive Learning Style
Team Learning Approach
Self Paced vs. Instructor Led
Effective Curriculum Design
Distributed Learning Theory
Factors Equated With Success in the Online Learning Environment
What Factors are Needed to Strengthen Future Studies?
Discussion and Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Academic flexibility is so important because the independent that internet course provide are one of their main appeals. The article contends that this flexible learning style is important for adult learners. The flexibility is important because graduate students tend to be busy professionals that need to control their time. (Arbaugh 2000) In this particular study, flexibility was measured in terms of how well students were able to incorporate coursework into work and family life. There were two variables, which included course flexibility and program flexibility."

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"Online Courses" 17 October 2004. Web. 06 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/online-courses-53276/>

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