NSSE, the National Survey of Student Engagement reports for 2008 that . . .

“Students taking most of their classes online report more deep approaches to learning in their classes, relative to classroom-based learners. Furthermore, a larger share of online learners reported very often participating in intellectually challenging course activities.”

National Survey of Student Engagement (2008)

3 thoughts on “National Survey of Student Engagement and Online Learning

  1. I am greatful for this article. My university has just opened an e-learning center. As the chief officer responsible for the quality of programs, I am concerned about what quality-related issues will emerge from the adoption of this mode of program delivery. Your article means that I am a bit better informed.
    Thank you.

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