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Graduate student perceptions of the use of online course tools to support engagement

Posted on 06 May 2014 with 0 comments
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Graduate students in six online courses were asked to complete a questionnaire related to dimensions of engagement including participation and interaction, performance, studying, and relevance of material. Students were asked to indicate the importance of various online course features (e.g., online discussions) in enhancing their engagement in each dimension using a Likert scale. Students rated most course management system features as extremely important or very important.


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