Wednesday, November 23, 2016

US blended learning students ‘least engaged with teaching’ - Ellie Bothwell, Times Higher Education

Students on courses that combine online delivery with face-to-face interaction are the least satisfied in Times Higher Education’s US student survey. US students on blended learning courses are generally less engaged with the teaching at their institution than their counterparts taking purely online or purely face-to-face degrees, according to a Times Higher Education survey that may question the notion that blended learning could result in a “great revolution in university teaching”. Students undertaking courses that combine both online delivery with face-to-face interaction were less likely to say that they felt prepared for a career,

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