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How are Universities involved in Blended Instruction?

@article{Oh2009HowAU,
  title={How are Universities involved in Blended Instruction?},
  author={Eunjoo Oh and Suhong Park},
  journal={J. Educ. Technol. Soc.},
  year={2009},
  volume={12},
  pages={327-342}
}
Introduction Blended instruction is an instructional approach that combines the benefits of online and classroom instruction. It initially originated from efforts to improve distance learning environments. In particular, it was aimed at improving online learning environments where learners can be easily disoriented due to a lack of communication or direct guidance (Marsh II et al., 2004; Rossett, et al., 2003). Regarding the learning environment, Savery and Duffy (1995) argued that there are… Expand
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