2009 ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings
2009 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition ,Austin, Texas, June 14-17 2009
Distance Education is an increasingly common educational delivery method. At Old Dominion University, all junior and senior level engineering technology courses are offered via distance education at least once every two years. A majority of courses in the distance education system at this university have three simultaneous delivery methods: on-campus, televised (receiving the course at an off-campus site via satellite video/audio), and internet-based video-streamed.
This paper explores the results of student course evaluation surveys for trends, in particular those trends which can be a result of the mode of delivery. Results of these surveys for 23 courses over a 4-year period are tabulated, and probable reasons for the trends are given.
Original Publication Citation
Hackworth, J., Considine, C., & Lewis, V. (2009). A comparison of instructional delivery methods based on student evaluation data. Paper presented at the 2009 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Austin, Texas.
Hackworth, John; Considine, Carol; and Lewis, Vernon, "A Comparison of Instructional Delivery Methods Based on Student Evaluation Data" (2009). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 108.