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Online vs. Blended Learning: Differences in Instructional Outcomes and Learner Satisfaction ARTICLE

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Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 1939-5256

Abstract

This study investigates differences in instructional and learner factors between two groups of learners exposed to online only and blended delivery formats, respectively, in an effort to compare learning outcomes and other instructional variables between online and blended delivery methods. Findings indicated that no significant differences existed in learning outcomes; however, significant differences existed in several instructional and learner factors between the two delivery format groups. Discussions about improving online or blended delivery method are presented based upon the research findings. (Contains 7 tables.)

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Lim, D.H., Morris, M.L. & Kupritz, V.W. (2007). Online vs. Blended Learning: Differences in Instructional Outcomes and Learner Satisfaction. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11(2), 27-42. Retrieved November 15, 2018 from .

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