This study examines the experiences of participants enrolled in an online community college jazz history course. I surveyed the participants before the course began and observed them in the online space through the duration of the course. Six students also participated in interviews during and after the course. Coded data from the interviews, surveys, and recorded discussion posts and journal entries provided evidence about the nature of interaction and engagement in learning in an online environment.
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- Music Education
- Community College Jazz History
- Democratic Education
- distance learning
- Music Technology
- Online Learning
- Teaching Online
- Jazz--History and criticism--Web-based instruction--Arizona--Case studies.
- Distance education--Arizona--Case studies.
- Distance education
- Internet in higher education--Arizona--Case studies.
- Internet in higher education
- Democracy and education--Arizona--Case studies.
- Democracy and education
- Interaction analysis in education--Case studies.
- Community college students--Arizona--Attitudes--Case studies.
- Community college students
- Partial requirement for: D.M.A., Arizona State University, 2011Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-189)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Music (Music education)