Distance Education: Having It Your Way

Wendy Cowan and Mark Gale describe the community at Athens State University, where the college of education faculty designed a set of courses so that students had multiple choices for attending weekly virtual classroom sessions–the types of interactive sessions that students in a face-to-face class would enjoy. “Having it their way” and the virtual classroom sessions helped students both fit their coursework into their busy schedules and become more engaged with the class.

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