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Datasets: NPSAS:2000 Undergraduate Students

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A Profile of Participation in Distance Education: 1999-2000

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Figure A Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate and graduate/first-professional students who participated in distance education, by gender
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Figure B Among 1999–2000 undergraduate and graduate/first-professional students who participated in distance education, percentage who participated via live TV or audio, prerecorded TV or audio, or the Internet
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Figure C Among 1999–2000 undergraduate and graduate/first-professional students who participated in distance education, percentage distribution according to satisfaction with quality of instruction in distance education relative to classroom-based courses
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Figure 1 Percentage distribution of 2-year and 4-year postsecondary education institutions that offered distance education courses in 1997–98, that planned to offer them in the next 3 years, and that did not plan to offer them in the next 3 years, by institution type: 1997–98
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Figure 2 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at degree-granting institutions who taught distance education classes, by institution type: Fall 1998
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Figure 3 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, by students' background characteristics
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Figure 4 Among 1999–2000 undergraduate and graduate/first-professional students who participated in distance education, percentage who participated via live TV or audio, prerecorded TV or audio, or the Internet
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Figure 5 Among 1999–2000 undergraduate and graduate/first-professional students who participated in distance education, percentage distribution according to satisfaction with quality of instruction in distance education relative to classroom-based courses
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Table 1 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by student characteristics
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Table 2 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by students' family background characteristics
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Table 3 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by institutional characteristics
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Table 4 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by type and level of students' academic program
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Table 5 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by students' academic performance and attendance pattern
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Table 6 Percentage of 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by employment characteristics
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Table 7 Percentage of 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by student characteristics
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Table 8 Percentage of 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by students' family background characteristics
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Table 9 Percentage of 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by degree and program characteristics
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Table 10 Percentage of 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students who participated in distance education, and of those, the percentage whose entire program was taught through distance education, by attendance and employment patterns
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Table 11 Among 1999–2000 undergraduate students who participated in distance education, percentage distribution according to their satisfaction with the quality of instruction in distance education relative to classroom-based courses, by institution type, class level, and attendance pattern
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Table 12 Among 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students who participated in distance education, percentage distribution according to satisfaction with the quality of instruction in distance education relative to classroom-based courses, by institution type, class level, and attendance pattern
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Multivariate tables
Table 13 Among 1999–2000 undergraduates, percentage participating in distance education courses and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation in the variables listed in the table: Fall 2000
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Table 14 Among 1999–2000 graduate and first-professional students, percentage participating in distance education courses and the adjusted percentage after controlling for covariation in the variables listed in the table: Fall 2000
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