Some studies have shown a higher dropout rate (21% versus 14%) among students involved in online education compared to classroom education due to a sense of ambiguity with the progression of course material and a lack of interaction with the instructors (DiRamio & Wolverton, 2006). Some innovative educators have already begun using the record functions of online video communications services like SightSpeed, exporting the video programs to iTunes U and allowing students to download lectures and other instructional sessions to their iPods to absorb at times and under conditions they feel suit them best.
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