Study Shows Common Denominators for Successful Programs

May 2009
Distance Education Report;5/15/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p8
The article presents a study made by the Alliance for Higher Education in the U.S. on the enhancement of the learning interaction between faculty and students. The study has examined 21 institutions to get insights into the best practices for attaining success in online learning. However, the study has identified some potential root causes of success or vice versa where a table is provided for reference.


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