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Prof. Voisard Examines Benefits, Differences of Online vs. Traditional Classroom Learning 05.02.13
Prof. Voisard Examines Benefits, Differences of Online vs. Traditional Classroom Learning
05.02.13

A critical question for many prospective students is whether to take graduate classes online or take classes taught in the traditional, in-person classroom format.

In this article for GradSchools.com, Claudia Voisard, M.Ed., examines the question based on her years of experience teaching in the Adler School's M.A. in Counseling and Organizational Psychology program.  She summarizes survey and assessment results, along with her own observations and some student feedback, on the benefits and challenges of online and traditional formats.

Click here to read "Online Graduate Programs for Graduate Students: A Tale of Two Classes."

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