There has been very little research aimed at evaluating the influence that advanced networking technologies such as the Internet have on higher education outcomes. Results of a survey of students who have completed a course with Internet-resident materials indicates that the students approve of the World Wide Web (WWW) as an effective means of disseminating course materials. Further, the students prefer the WWW to traditional paper distribution as a means of receiving these materials. While students perceive that home access to the Internet is an advantage while taking an Internet-resident course, there was no significant difference in the course performance of students with Internet access from home versus students without Internet access from home