This question seems to indicate the answer is no but I don't know enough to see whether being accepted into a PhD program equals getting a teaching job. I attended a private four-year school at which the professors did minimal (if any) research and spent a lot of time personally assisting students outside of class. Because I've never attended a large, state school, I don't know if this is what it's like but I've heard it isn't.
I am much more interested in what I described (teaching and helping students) than in having large, impersonal classes and conducting research.
Would an online masters degree increase my chances of getting a job teaching computer science (the subject of my four-year degree) in the manner described above?