Recreating the Credit Course in an Online Environment

Wittkopf, Barbara; Arp, Lori; Woodward, Beth S.
September 2003
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Fall2003, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p18
Academic Journal
Describes the reasons why the library of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge chose to move solely from a face-to-face credit course to one that includes an online course as an option. Current practice of online courses across the U.S.; Reasons for providing credit courses; Instructional media and tools.


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