Assessing student preferences between on-site and on-line instruction during social distancing: Differences between undergraduate and graduate students
This article reports the results of the phase I, multisite study, assessing preferences for traditional or on-line instruction between undergraduate and graduate students. Theses students had initially enrolled in a traditional (i.e., on-site) platform of instruction but due to the national distancing policy were instead instructed via an on-line only format. A mixed-method research design was employed using an author-developed survey instrument to assess instruction preference and two open-ended questions; the answers to which were subjected to content analysis.
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