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Evaluating student satisfaction with blended learning in a gender-segregated environment

Published in Informing Science Institute
Volume: 11
Issue: 1
Pages: 185 - 200

Blended learning combines multiple delivery media that are designed to complement each other and promote learning and application-learned behavior (Smith & Dillon, 1999). This article reports on a study conducted in the College of Information Technology to evaluate levels of student'satisfaction with blended learning. The particular blend of learning modalities used at the college combines an equal balance of traditional face-to-face and videoconference learning, complemented with the use of a learning management system (Moodle). Recently, discussions of blended learning have begun to examine the benefits derived from learning situations characterized by face-to-face education and mixed modalities of instruction. Regardless of comparisons made by researchers and developers, those studying blended learning have agreed that student satisfaction is a baseline requirement for successful …

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JournalJournal of Information Technology Education: Research
PublisherInforming Science Institute
Open AccessNo