Leadership style in an asynchronous, internet-based, learning environment.

Ronit Bogler, Sonia Roccas, Avner Caspi

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Findings of a large survey indicate that the structure of leadership in an asynchronous learning
environment is consisted with the one repeatedly found in the context of face-to-face leadership.
Correlations with students' satisfaction were highly positive for transformational leadership (including
contingent reward), low positive for management by exception-active and negative for passive leadership
(laissez faire and management by exception-passive). Leadership styles predict students' satisfaction
above and beyond their need for leader assistance
Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationLearning in the Technological Era
EditorsYoram Eshet, Avner Caspi, Yoav Yair
PublisherThe Open University of Israel
StatePublished - 2007


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