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The quality of teaching and learning via videoconferencing

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Now that videoconferencing is being widely used for the delivery of mass lectures between sites, there is concern that the quality of teaching and learning experienced, using this method of delivery, is not as good as that experienced in a traditional classroom situation. The study aimed to investigate this concern by using a research diary to collect information on classroom activities and cognitive outcomes which students at local and remote sites experienced over a ten–week period. The results indicated that remote site students did not experience the same quality of teaching and learning as local site students.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: St Mary’s University College, Belfast [email protected]

Publication date: 2002-06-01

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