Title

Delivery Format Effectiveness (Traditional, Hybrid, Online) - Student learning and perceptions

Co-Authors

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Track

Research Proposal / Teaching with Technology

Abstract

The current project examined the relative effectiveness of onsite and online course delivery in terms of (1) aligned learning assessments, and (2) student perceptions of learning and course content/structure effectiveness. A hybrid formatted course was also included in the comparison. One instructor taught all three sections during the same semester, using the same materials. A research assistant blind to the aims/design of the study, and to participant condition, graded all assessments. Student survey responses remained anonymous to the instructor/experimenter. Results showed equivalent outcomes across groups on learning outcomes, and interesting differences in patterns of student perceptions across presentation formats.

Session Format

Poster Session

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Delivery Format Effectiveness (Traditional, Hybrid, Online) - Student learning and perceptions

The current project examined the relative effectiveness of onsite and online course delivery in terms of (1) aligned learning assessments, and (2) student perceptions of learning and course content/structure effectiveness. A hybrid formatted course was also included in the comparison. One instructor taught all three sections during the same semester, using the same materials. A research assistant blind to the aims/design of the study, and to participant condition, graded all assessments. Student survey responses remained anonymous to the instructor/experimenter. Results showed equivalent outcomes across groups on learning outcomes, and interesting differences in patterns of student perceptions across presentation formats.