Routledge, Taylor & Francis
This study explores how different online syllabus formats affect students’ engagement and their course-taking intentions. Using a 2 (format: online learning management system vs. instructor’s website) X 2 (information amount: more vs. less) between-subjects design, an experimental study was conducted with undergraduate students at a large university in the United States Midwest to examine the effects of online syllabus format. This study found that students who read the instructor’s website syllabus were more likely to engage with and take the course than students who received the syllabus through an online learning management system. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Kim, Young and Ekachai, Daradirek, "Exploring the Effects of Different Online Syllabus Formats on Student Engagement and Course-Taking Intentions" (2020). College of Communication Faculty Research and Publications. 540.
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