Assessing Student Interest in Hybrid Course Delivery at the MBA Level

@inproceedings{Schmidt2009AssessingSI,
  title={Assessing Student Interest in Hybrid Course Delivery at the MBA Level},
  author={Mark B. Schmidt and James E. Weber and Nancy Van Erp and Michele Mumm},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2009}
}
The development of online learning has boomed in recent years. The most recent trend has been in the area of hybrid courses, those which replace some face-to-face time with online time. This exploratory study assessed learners’ perceptions about and preferences regarding their experience with collaborative technology in hybrid MBA courses. Students enrolled in hybrid courses, who previously had completed program courses face-to-face, were asked whether or not they wanted more hybrid courses… CONTINUE READING

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