Traditional versus Web-Based Learning Research Proposal by Peter Pen

Traditional versus Web-Based Learning
This paper discussed the development of a research proposal to examine the demand differences between traditional face-to-face versus non-traditional web-based learning delivery methods for a training course in a multi-national corporation.
# 66098 | 1,240 words | 3 sources | APA | 2006

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This paper explains that, because a large number of corporations and schools, now using traditional face-to-face classroom training, are looking to increase the convenience and to improve the quality of instruction while decreasing costs, they are switching from the traditional form of training and instructional materials to web-based methods and materials. The author points out that management seeks recommendations toward curriculum changes based on the result of the proposed research to assess students' performances and preferences between these methods of delivery. The paper reports on the procedure and findings of a completed small pre-research project, which concluded that web-based training will be in demand.

Table of Contents
Research Question
Literature Search
Purpose Statement
Ways Data Might Be Collected to Support the Research
Research Analysis
Table: Sample questionnaire Answers for Research Study

From the Paper:

"Based on the research question, the literature review was conducted by looking into various resource engines such as EBSCOhost and ProQuest. The keywords needed for the search - in our case we used "web-based training" - comes from the question proposed. Then some abstracts were read as well as some articles that pertained to our subject. We then chose the ones that had the information that will aide us in our decision towards our research."

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