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In an age where training and knowledge are easily accessible online, textbooks, lecture slides and other class materials have migrated to online programs. Online programs are becoming easier to maintain for professors and administrators and offer some convenience and efficiency that traditional classroom lectures do not. It is widely assumed that students who have grown up with cell phones, email accounts, social media, iPods, Google and laptops easily identify with internet based applications. This research studies a group of over 30 university students seeking to develop skill-‐sets to prepare them for entering the workforce through participation in an online and traditional classroom experience. This research can be used by professors seeking to develop presentation mediums that will most effectively teach students in skill-‐based curriculums.
Stewart, Darcy Lynn, "Evaluating Student Perceptions of Value and Preferences for Online Programs in Skill-Based Learning: An Applied Exercise" (2010). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 66.
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