Computer-mediated education: The relationship between computer access, Tutorial attendance and student grades

Volkov, A and VOLKOV, M 2009, 'Computer-mediated education: The relationship between computer access, Tutorial attendance and student grades', Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 18-24.


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Title Computer-mediated education: The relationship between computer access, Tutorial attendance and student grades
Author(s) Volkov, A
VOLKOV, M
Year 2009
Journal name Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching
Volume number 3
Issue number 1
Start page 18
End page 24
Total pages 7
Publisher Australian Business Education Research Association
Abstract One of the problems faced by Australian academics in the 21st century is to facilitate learning with a changing profile of students, in bigger and bigger classes. As educators at tertiary institutions, our environment is undergoing major changes as increasingly business and commerce programs are offering courses either partially (Web enabled) or totally (Web exclusive) online. This study has developed an important model allowing the prediction of students' overall results and indicates that a student's final grade is dependant, in part, on accessing the study materials and study tools available to them via WebCT and attending face-to-face tutorials.
Subject Accounting, Auditing and Accountability not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Education technology
Student engagement
On-line learning
ISSN 1835-9132
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