Student Perceptions of Instructor Immediacy in Conventional and Distributed Learning Classrooms
verbal immediacy, nonverbal immediacy, distance learning, distributed learning
Curriculum and Instruction | Higher Education and Teaching | Online and Distance Education
The purpose of this investigation was to examine whether perceptions of instructor immediacy differed between students enrolled in conventional and distributed learning classrooms. Students enrolled in conventional and distributed learning classrooms did not perceive a significant difference in instructor verbal immediacy, but they did perceive a significant difference in instructor nonverbal immediacy.
Freitas, Frances A.; Myers, Scott A.; and Avtgis, Theodore A. (1998). Student Perceptions of Instructor Immediacy in Conventional and Distributed Learning Classrooms. Communication Education 47(4), 366-372. doi: dx.doi.org/10.1080/03634529809379143 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/nurspubs/118