Thursday, May 25, 2006

Student Satisfaction Survey Report

Student Satisfaction and Perceived Learning with On-line Courses

This paper reports on a N.Y. Learning Network survey. It "...examine[s] factors that have contributed to the high levels of learning and learner satisfaction..." Four sections describe and explore:
  • information regarding the systemic implementation of our asynchronous learning environment
  • issues that contribute to learning effectiveness from a faculty-development and course-design perspective.
  • factors that significantly contribute to perceived learning and student satisfaction in on-line asynchronous courses...offers recommendations for course and program design based on these factors.
  • learning effectiveness at the level of individual institutions through examples from specific courses. studies present and examine important evidence relevant to learning effectiveness from a single-institution and individual-faculty perspective.

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