Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Teaching & Learning
Richard Van Eck
First Generation Students (FGS) enrollment in post-secondary universities and colleges has increased. Many of the First Generation Students also enroll in distance education courses because of the flexibility and conveniences distance education courses provide. But are FGS ready to take distance education courses? Do FGS have the same level of non-cognitive skills and attributes as their Non-First Generation Student counterparts? This quantitative study sought to examine FGS student readiness for distance learning courses. Based on the results, recommendations for Administrators, Faculty and instructional designers were provided.
Love, Sherita Jo, "A Quantitative Inquiry Into First Generation Students’ Readiness For Distance Education" (2015). Theses and Dissertations. 1921.