COMPARISONS OF PERFORMANCES BETWEEN ONLINE LEARNERS AND OFFLINE LEARNERS ACROSS DIFFERENT TYPES OF TESTS

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     COMPARISONS OF PERFORMANCES BETWEEN
     ONLINE LEARNERS AND OFFLINE LEARNERS
        ACROSS DIFFERENT TYPES OF TESTS
            Sungkyoo Huh, California State University-San Bernardino
                Sehwan Yoo, University of Advancing Technology
               Jongdae Jin, University of Maryland-Eastern Shore
                   Kyungjoo Lee, Cheju National University

                               
				
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Description: Student performances in multiple choice and non-multiple choice questions are examined to see if there is any difference in the performance between on-line learners and off line learners in this study. Academic and demographic data of 119 students who took undergraduate accounting courses offered through online as well as offline at California State University-San Bernardino during a three-year period extending from fall 2003 to spring 2005 are examined using sample mean comparisons, regression models, and Mann-Whitney Test. Overall, empirical results from the analyses suggest that there are no significant differences in testing performances such as total scores, multiple scores, and non-multiple choice scores between online learners and offline learners, which is robust across different performance measures and testing methodologies. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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