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Online and traditional (blended) delivery on a course: a comparative study

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Online and traditional (blended) delivery on a course: a comparative study
The three-year comparative study analyses progress made by students (of similar academic aptitude) on the same undergraduate level module delivered via traditional blended and online learning modes. The module was delivered in parallel via the two modes and was made available to all undergraduate first year students. Although the online version was taken by on campus students, the students had no face to face (F2F) contact with the staff. All materials were delivered electronically and communication took place via discussion board, chat sessions and emails. The lecture slides, supporting materials, quizzes, self tests, discussion topics and practical tasks were released weekly at the same time as the lecture and practical took place for the students taking the module onsite. In order to allow easy access to students with basic machines, the course materials for the online module were kept fairly simple. Both groups of students were observed closely in terms of their individual learnin...
Samia Kamal
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IADIS
Authors Samia Kamal
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