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Report 3 - Notes and quotes

Report 3 - Notes and quotes - Notes and quotes Quote A poor...

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Notes and quotes Quote : “A poor fit in learning style or a low comfort level can lead to student dissatisfaction” Notes : A student just needs to figure out what learning style they like best. Source : "MBTI Personality Type and Other Factors that Relate to Preference for Online versus Face-to-Face Instruction” by Rick Harrington and Donald A. Loffredo. Quote : “students get more involved in online discussions because they feel more secure giving their opinion than they normally would have if it was face to face” Notes : This lets a student’s voice and ideas be heard that normally wouldn’t have been. Online classes bring people closer together and provide easy access to many resources students need. Source : "Read-only participants: a case for student communication in online classes” by L Nagel and A. S. Blignaut Quote : “Researchers have found that, for the most part, instructors are responsible for creating the online learning environment including the posting of online discussion questions.” Notes : There is an instant and safe transfer of information that gives an easy way for students to communicate with their teachers and classmates. Source : "Building Social Capital Through Online Class Discussions: A Little Freedom Goes a Long Way” by Sheryl R. Schoenacher Quote : “students devote slightly more than 12 hours per week to studying,” Notes : It’s very important to students to get the most out of the busy minutes they have during the day. Students will be able to plan their study time around the rest of their day instead of
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