Online Instruction in Rural Community Colleges: Meeting Needs While Maintaining Quality
The online delivery of courses has become a critically important asset for rural community colleges. Yet, as more colleges shift their face-to-face offerings to online delivery, concerns about staffing, support, and infrastructure need to be considered. College personnel who are committed to maintaining quality instruction must recognize the importance of consistent, in-depth planning for enhancing the delivery and quality of online courses in rural two-year institutions.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2014
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