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    • Compare distance education with face to face education
      AsilaAlHashmi
      MaryaAlShibli
    • Comparing Student Learning and
      Attitudes
      Author: Renee Smith and Linda Palm
      Higher Education Academy.
    • Objectives :
      This study compared students in traditional and distance sections of PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy in terms of both objective learning outcomes and student attitudes in the form of students' anticipated and perceived learning and course satisfaction
    • Target population :
      141 students who enrolled in Introduction to Philosophy during the fall semester of 2005 or the spring semester of 2006.
    • Instrument tool :
      Starting Survey and Ending Survey during the first and last week of the semester. The surveys were administered on WebCT and each contained
      53 questions.
    • Result :
      The results of the study indicated that the traditional and distance students did not differ significantly in their in performance on graded assignments, their expectations for learning at the start of the course, their perception of what they had learned at the end of the course, and their willingness to take another philosophy course.
    • Online versus face-to-face learning: looking at :modes of instruction in Master's-level courses
      Janet Fergusona; Anne Marie Tryjankowskia
      a Canisius College, Buffalo, United States
    • Objectives :
      The purpose of this research project was to investigate whether online instruction of graduate students is as effective as face-to-face course instruction, in terms of student learning. The research question was: ‘Will online instruction in a required graduate Cognition, Learning and Assessment course be as effective as face-to-face instruction sessions?’
    • Target Audience :
      Students who registered in Master’s level courses in six section of it during two years. Assessment data from students in three sections of the online version (N = 44) and three sections of the face-to-face version (N = 26) were collected over a period of two years.
    • Instrument :
      Final Exam score
      Graduate Recode Exam
    • Result :
      Difference in FER not in GRE
    • Point of view
      We agree that there is significant difference between distance education and face to face education but not in the student achievement . It may happened in the motivation and attitude toward educational approach.