Share Paper: Graduate Students' Preferences in Online Instruction

  1. Kimberly Livengood, Angelo State University, United States
  2. Mary McGlamery, Angelo State University, United States
Wednesday, March 9 11:50 AM-12:10 PM Edgewood

Abstract: Technology has touched every aspect of life, including the way people learn. Online courses are in increased demand at colleges and universities. Online courses have transformed the way we live and learn. Various technologies have been employed to deliver course content in online programs. This study investigates graduate students' preferences for online strategies, websites, and programs. Implications for program improvement are discussed.