Online students learned more than peers in traditional lecture format

Students in an online, self-paced version of a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee introductory psychology class scored about 12% higher on the same cumulative test as their peers in a traditional lecture version of the class. The online version appeared especially helpful for disadvantaged students and those with lower grades, the study found.

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