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Online learning versus blended learning

Andrew Cross, Sriram Rajamani, Satish Sangameswaran, Deepika Sharma, William Thies, B. Ashok, Srinath Bala, Edward Cutrell, Naren Datha, Rahul Kumar, Viraj Kumar, Madhusudan Parthasarathy (+1 others)
2014 Proceedings of the first ACM conference on Learning @ scale conference - L@S '14  
In this small-scale, exploratory study, we compared two ways of using a recorded video lecture.  ...  While we saw significant learning gains after each session conducted, we did not observe any significant differences between the online and blended learning groups.  ...  In this exploratory study, we revisit the question of blended learning versus online learning while overcoming some limitations of Schreiber et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556325.2567869 dblp:conf/lats/CrossABCDKKMPRSST14 fatcat:4pmgicq5lfcqhk4rj2seropo6u

Students' Perceptions on MOOCs: An Exploratory Study

Noa Aharony, Judit Bar-Ilan
2016 Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning  
an offline course.  ...  MOOCs are open, online courses that use information technologies to enhance the learning experience and attract various people from the entire world.  ...  An even smaller, qualitative study with 26 students was conducted by Carolan and Magnin (2013) .  ... 
doi:10.28945/3540 fatcat:ueifdo2qsjgmpesqmv2kgpltm4

Blended Learning to Increase Student Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study

Tierney Lyons, Michael M. Evans
2013 Internet Reference Services Quarterly  
Reference [15] studied student satisfaction in online learning settings and showed that learner-instructor interaction, learner-content interaction, and Internet selfefficacy were good predictors of  ...  student perceptions of their experience of study at an international branch campus 1) student learning; 2) quality of lecturers and teaching; 3) program effectiveness; 4), assessment and feedback; 5)  ... 
doi:10.1080/10875301.2013.800626 fatcat:dipktxikbvftrnllpjkd3pnet4

Teaching Leadership Online: An Exploratory Study of Instructional and Assessment Strategy Use

Daniel Jenkins
2016 Journal of Leadership Education  
Participants include 81 graduate-level and 37 undergraduatelevel instructors who taught an online leadership studies course within two years of completing the web-based survey used in this study.  ...  This global, quantitative study explores the instructional and assessment strategy use of leadership educators who teach online, academic credit-bearing leadership studies courses at graduate-and undergraduate-levels  ...  Considerations to keep in mind when engaging in distance or blended learning options include ensuring that e-learning applications engage versus unintentionally marginalize students (Liu, Liu, Lee, &  ... 
doi:10.12806/v15/i2/r3 fatcat:ppw2mauukjgj5hwykcqymlotiy

How You Teach Matters! An Exploratory Study on the Relationship between Teaching Models and Learning Outcomes in Entrepreneurship Education

Ilaria Cascavilla, Davide Hahn, Tommaso Minola
2022 Administrative Sciences  
learning outcomes.  ...  Although entrepreneurship can be taught in different ways, entrepreneurship education impact studies generally fall short with regard to acknowledging the teaching models of the programs they assess.  ...  First, our exploratory study finds an association between the identified teaching models and learning outcomes using a cross-sectional research design that involves students attending EE in different universities  ... 
doi:10.3390/admsci12010012 fatcat:llyfqwi6wjezdmum4o3kxlxo3u

Students' Mathematics Anxiety at Distance and In-Person Learning Conditions during COVID-19 Pandemic: Are There Any Differences? An Exploratory Study

Concetta Pirrone, Donatella Di Corrado, Alessandra Privitera, Sabrina Castellano, Simone Varrasi
2022 Education Sciences  
During the second wave of COVID-19, 405 students, recruited from twelve middle schools of Catania province (Italy), completed an online version of the MeMa questionnaire, answering each item twice and  ...  Recent studies have revealed that students experienced severe levels of anxiety in the COVID-19 period.  ...  The MeMa was re-arranged with the aim of investigating the differences between distance versus in-person learning.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12060379 fatcat:qi5tprudezdatgaodzaaupwkze

An Exploratory Study: Mobile Device Use For Academics

Malia Hoffmann
2017 Research in Social Sciences and Technology  
This exploratory study surveyed how undergraduate students and higher education instructors at two small faith-based universities in Southern California used mobile devices in and outside of the class  ...  The results of this study showed that nearly all instructor participants had multiple devices and almost half of the student participants had two or more devices as well.  ...  This study exploratory survey research study complements the existing research surrounding mobile learning practices and contributes by building upon the current body of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.46303/ressat.02.01.2 fatcat:5e6bybwlsng7xk47nv4kslbyu4

An Exploratory Study of Jungian Personality Traits in Residents [chapter]

Nancy Tavares-Jones
2013 Riding the Hype Cycle  
A study by Hagan (2012) , discussed an online blending teaching opportunity which allowed students to apply material in a tangible manner.  ...  Limitations When designing this exploratory study, an attempt was made to ensure that the design, methodology, and analysis of the study were flawless.  ...  As partial fulfillment of a Master in Counselling Degree, an exploratory study of the personality types of Second Life™ residents is being undertaken; specifically, a quantitative analysis using the Majors  ... 
doi:10.1163/9781848882348_002 fatcat:oiv6stikfrelxmwdkxjtgisbd4

An Exploratory Study on the Relationship between the Dark Tetrad and Bullying Behavior of Workplace Perpetrators

Iffat Rohail Sadia Mushtaq
2021 Zenodo  
The results of study revealed that psychopathy and Machiavellianism are positively affect the bullying behavior at workplace.  ...  This study purposes to examine the predictive effect of Dark Tetrad Dark Tetrad (Machiavellianism, Psychopathy, Narcissism and Everyday Sadism) of perpetrators on workplace bullying.  ...  In this study, the average time limit given to each online assessment was 35 minutes.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5550737 fatcat:nbxkxskqhvclvehnhqp4thfbaq

Lessons learned launching an engaging patient portal: an exploratory case study examining the launch and integration of the patient portal into the continuum of care for substance use treatment

Michael J. Tkach, Janelle Wesloh
2020 mHealth  
used by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation as a way to help inform other treatment providers about lessons learned from launching an integrated patient portal.  ...  The authors of this paper present a review of identified obstacles and considerations and then present a case study of the launch and modification of the MyRecoveryCompass patient portal and MORE® curriculum  ...  This content was placed into an online comprehensive support program.  ... 
doi:10.21037/mhealth.2019.09.13 pmid:32190613 pmcid:PMC7063296 fatcat:u27o4twa5rf4do2rkmfa4c4mdq

An Exploratory Study Of The Effects Of Online Course Efficiency Perceptions On Student Evaluation Of Teaching (SET) Measures

Hooman Estelami
2016 American Journal of Business Education  
One of the fundamental drivers of the growing use of distance learning methods in modern business education has been the efficiency gains associated with this method of educational delivery.  ...  Distance methods benefit both students and educational institutions as they facilitate the processing of large volumes of learning material to overcome barriers related to time, geography and physical  ...  (3) Are there differences in student characteristics between those who perceive an online course as efficient versus those who perceive the course as inefficient?  ... 
doi:10.19030/ajbe.v9i2.9613 fatcat:4d3lqxm6nrbzdajhr22t2j4gnq

Comparing Teacher Priorities and Student Uptake in EMI Lectures: An Exploratory Study

Joseph Siegel
2022 Languages  
This exploratory study therefore examines the relationship between the main ideas two EMI lecturers in Sweden intended for their students to learn during lectures and the main ideas that EMI students report  ...  learning in the same lectures.  ...  Despite this slight imbalance in the number of lectures, this exploratory study aims to illustrate student recognition of main idea key words in multiple courses.  ... 
doi:10.3390/languages7010039 fatcat:xc4imutuknavvpamsdom2xm3sy

Obstacles to Applying Electronic Exams amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Exploratory Study in the Palestinian Universities in Gaza

Raed Bashitialshaaer, Mohammed Alhendawi, Helen Avery
2021 Information  
We followed an exploratory descriptive approach through a questionnaire (one general, open question) with a sample of university teachers and students in four of the largest universities Palestinian in  ...  Some recommendations and suggestions are listed at the end of this study, considering local conditions in the Gaza governorates.  ...  Data Collection and Procedures Study Approach and Method This is an exploratory descriptive study that attempts to explore and visualize faculty and student perceptions concerning electronic examination  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12060256 fatcat:dvd75vaufres5bkz2hqsad2ioy

Validating Automated Sentiment Analysis of Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Patient Texts: An Exploratory Study

Simon Provoost, Jeroen Ruwaard, Ward van Breda, Heleen Riper, Tibor Bosse
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
This paper presents an empirical study in which automated sentiment analysis by an algorithm for the Dutch language is validated against human judgment.  ...  agent, or on improving the algorithm for the iCBT domain with a bottom-up machine learning approach.  ...  MATERIALS AND METHODS Design We conducted an exploratory study in which texts, written by patients during online therapy, were evaluated on overall sentiment and emotional expressiveness.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01065 pmid:31156504 pmcid:PMC6530336 fatcat:3x267lsu5vd45autgaxhmqawbi

An exploratory study of first-year accounting students' perceptions on the socio-economic challenges of the transition to emergency remote teaching at a residential university

J. M. Ontong, S. Mbonambi
2021 South African Journal of Higher Education  
Performing an exploratory study, this study aims to identify possible socio-economic challenges to the ERT environment should another pandemic or an extended period of ERT take place.  ...  It appears that lecturers and the content offered may be quicker to adapt to the new learning environment; however, restrictions such as access to resources required for ERT may pose a significant obstacle  ...  As this study forms an exploratory nature of the sample response rate is deemed sufficient.  ... 
doi:10.20853/35-5-4174 fatcat:7mjyrts24rhtjeeigzpupsejpe
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