This study compared instructors’ perceptions of arguments for and against online teaching in the United States and South Korea and examined the impact of selected demographical variables on these perceptions. Results showed that American and Korean instructors had similar perceptions about online teaching. However, the two groups significantly differed on the extent of agreement or disagreement with the statements included in the study. Several of the demographic variables that were examined in the study had significant impacts on participants’r esponses.
Kwun, Obyung; Grandon, Elizabeth E.; and Alshare, Khaled, "Do American and Korean Instructors Hold the Same Perceptions of Arguments for and against Online Teaching? An Exploratory Study" (2005). AMCIS 2005 Proceedings. 43.