Gender Similarity in the Use of and Attitudes About ALN in a University Setting

John C. Ory, Cheryl Bullock, Kristine Burnaska

Abstract


This paper presents the results of an investigation of male and female student use of and attitudes about ALN after one year of implementation in a university setting. Results of the study revealed no significant gender differences.


Keywords


Gender Differences,ALN Use,ALN Attitudes,Evaluation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24059/olj.v1i1.1942



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