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Students' Positive and Negative Experiences in Hybrid and Online Classes

  title={Students' Positive and Negative Experiences in Hybrid and Online Classes},
  author={Bassou El Mansour and Davison M. Mupinga},
  journal={College student journal},
As higher education institutions struggle to meet the growing demand for education from non-traditional students, many are turning to hybrid and online courses. [...] Key Result Convenience, instructor availability, and online interactions were cited as positives for the online course while the negatives were technology hiccups and a sense of feeling lost in Cyberspace. Training faculty and familiarizing students with online course environments are recommended to improve online and hybrid courses…Expand

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