Impact Of The Placement And Quality Of Face-To-Face Meetings In A Hybrid Distance Learning Course

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William Colucci
Nicole Koppel


hybrid course, distance learning, computer training, application training, blended learning, instructional design


As online and hybrid courses are becoming a wide-spread option for higher education, researchers are exploring various delivery methods.  Hybrid courses involve blending two modes of interaction –both face-to-face as well as online.  The exact distribution and timing of face-to-face meetings verse online delivery is a question that instructors have been struggling with since the inception of hybrid courses.  This paper reports findings from a study evaluating course outcomes in an undergraduate business computer applications course based on the quality and quantity of face to face meetings at the beginning of the course. 


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