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The purpose of this study was to discover why students participate in online courses, what their perception of integrity of the courses, and whether they would participate again in online instruction. Data was gathered from a west coast private postsecondary institution through the use of a survey. The results of the survey paint a picture showing students’ desire for flexibility outweighing the apparent need for instructor and peer interaction as one of the driving reasons behind enrollment in an online course. The quality of course content was additionally reported.
Updated: Nov. 05, 2008
The article describes a study aimed at discovering why students participate in online courses, how they view the academic integrity of the courses, and if they would participate again in online instruction. Student surveys reveal that the desire for flexibility was one of the determining factors for choosing online courses. In addition, students exhibited overall satisfaction with the online academic course content and instruction.
Updated: Feb. 12, 2008