Mixing In-Class and Online Learning: Content Meta-Analysis of Outcomes for Hybrid, Blended, and Flipped Courses

@inproceedings{Margulieux2015MixingIA,
  title={Mixing In-Class and Online Learning: Content Meta-Analysis of Outcomes for Hybrid, Blended, and Flipped Courses},
  author={Lauren E. Margulieux and M. McCracken and R. Catrambone},
  booktitle={CSCL},
  year={2015}
}
Over the past 15 years, courses that mix face-to-face and online instructional methods, such as blended, hybrid, and flipped courses, have gained both supporters and skeptics in higher education. Studies that compare mixed courses to face-to-face or online courses have conflicting results: some find improved learning outcomes and some find no significant differences. We contend that these conflicting results are due to inconsistent or vague definitions of hybrid, blended, and flipped. To… Expand
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