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Students' Perception of Blended Learning Environment: A Case Study of the University of Education, Winneba, Kumasi-Campus, Ghana.

  title={Students' Perception of Blended Learning Environment: A Case Study of the University of Education, Winneba, Kumasi-Campus, Ghana.},
  author={S. Gyamfi and Patrick Ohemeng Gyaase},
  journal={International journal of education and development using information and communication technology},
The increasing utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in addressing various societal needs has catalysed the need to deploy this all important tool in education in developing countries to address the need of the increasing student enrolment in universities. This study was conducted to assess students’ perception of blended learning environment. The blended learning environment was designed on a Moodle platform using an adaptation of the practical enquiry model. This… Expand
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