Why Add Videoconferencing to Your Courses? Some Pro's and Con's
Wherever you find online programs, you find concerns about retention. Often the story is that students are leaving programs because they don't feel personally engaged. They have the feeling that no-one would really notice if they dropped out. For reasons like these, instructional designers around the world work long hours to make courses more interactive and engaging. However, there's one student demand that no amount of brilliant design will satisfy.
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