Gender and Cultural Differences in Communication Preferences in Graduate Education: Classroom Discussion, Discussion Boards, Text Chat, or VoIP (Voice) Chat

By Vicki L. Gregory and Kiersten Cox.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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A look at the gender and cultural differences of communication preferences among graduate students enrolled in a hybrid distance educational program.

Keywords: Distance Education, Graduate Education, Online Education, Communication Preferences, Gender Differences, Cultural Differences

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.79-84. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.716MB).

Dr. Vicki L. Gregory

Before earning her Ph.D. Vicki Gregory worked at Auburn University at Montgomery as the Head of Library Systems and Development. Since beginning her teaching career at the University of South Florida, she has taught a variety of courses in the campus and distance educational programs. In the beginning, the distance courses were taught in traditional classrooms at various sites, and in 1998 she began teaching online. She has published a revised edition of Selecting and Managing Electronic Resources in 2006, a book which is largely derived from her web-based collection development and management class.

Kiersten Cox

Kiersten Cox holds a masters degree in library and information science from the University of Hawaii. She has been teaching at USF for three years.

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