Community among University Students: An Online vs. on Campus Comparison

David A. Olges

Abstract


In an attempt to determine the differences between the perceptions of a sense of community among online students versus on campus students, the research surveyed 200 undergraduate students regarding their sense of relational affiliation with their university and, for some, with their small group. The results of the ANOVA indicated that students who participated in a small group reported a higher sense of community than the non-participant peers. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v3i4.4431

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