Moving Students Toward Autonomous Online Learning
Online courses often require a degree of autonomous learning that many students are not used to, and a lack of technological and intellectual skills can make the path to autonomy difficult, particularly for disadvantaged students. But as a preliminary case study of learner autonomy indicates, there are things instructors can do to help students in this new learning environment.
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