Toward a value framework for online learning systems
Event Location / Date(s)
Big Island, HI / January 7-10, 2002
Conference Name / Publication Title
Proceeding of the 35th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
ISSN or ISBN
Many universities and private corporations are investing significant capital in online learning initiatives. Willingness on the part of the student to take part in online learning is essential for success. This paper queries the student concerning the features of these systems that add value to their learning experience. A questionnaire is utilized for gathering student values associated with online learning systems and the organization supporting these technologies. Results from the survey and a literature review are organized in a proposed value framework for online learning course effectiveness.
Levy, Yair and Murphy, Kenneth E., "Toward a value framework for online learning systems" (2002). CEC Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Speeches and Lectures. 122.