Are On-Site Courses as Effective as Online?
Despite the fact that online learning is a pretty well-established learning modality, there are those who continue to discuss and debate whether online is "equivalent" to on site. There are thousands of "no significant difference" studies. For those of us who have been online for some time, the issue is settled. We no longer entertain the question. It is a moot point with us. In fact, a recent experience of simultaneously teaching online and onsite has me asking quite the opposite question: Are on-site courses as effective as online?
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