Dynamic Virtual Instruction: Enhancing Online Courses and Connection

R.A. Vannatta and S. Banister (USA)


Advanced Technology in Education and Training


The content of statistics is often a challenge for graduate education students in not only an online environment but also the face-to-face (F2F) setting. This paper presents the pilot results of an online graduate statistics course that utilizes virtual lectures as the primary source of instruction. Survey results indicate that students reported high levels of satisfaction with the course videos, packet, and structure. Students also indicated that student interaction with both instructor and students needed to increase.

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