Thursday, February 28, 2008

e-Learning Mythbusters Video 02 - Online Students

This is part 2 of 4. In this 17-minute segment I get the audience reaction to six potential myths about online students. I share my take about each of these items after the voting is concluded on the six questions.

Follow this link to view the presentation natively (and full-screen) in Zentation.

The six statements that might be myths include:
1) e-Learning students believe that a sense of community is important
2) Online students plagiarize more than traditional students.
3) e-Learning enables anytime, anywhere learning.
4) Digital natives are well prepared for e-Learning.
5) Cheating is rampant among online students.
6) We are winning the bandwidth war in relation to delivering media-intensive courses.

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