Similar Media Attributes Lead to Similar Learning Outcomes
AbstractIn this paper, a theoretical framework developed for comparing personnel assessment media is applied to the evaluation of various instructional delivery modes. Rather than compare courses or programs according to conventional labels such as “online” or “resident” or “hybrid” instruction, the framework advocates evaluating the transparency, social bandwidth, interactivity, and surveillance available in the media used to facilitate collaboration in the classroom. AACSB Standards and assurance of learning considerations are discussed from the perspective of this framework.
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