Researchers asked respondents -- administrators of distance education programs -- to think about 21 components of an online course, such as faculty development, instructional design and student assessment, and how the cost of those components compares to a similar face-to-face course. The respondents said nine of the components cost more in an online course than in a face-to-face course, while 12 cost about the same.
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