Comparing learning effectiveness based on use of different media for delivery of content
In an attempt to understand better how the use of different media of delivery of content at a distance affect learning effectiveness, the Commonwealth of Learning initiated a survey of adult learners engaged in workplace training to undertake the poll. This paper describes the process and the outcomes of the survey.
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