A Review of Case-Based Learning Practices in an Online MBA Program: A Program-Level Case Study
Journal of Educational Technology & Society Volume 12, Number 3, ISSN 1176-3647 e-ISSN 1176-3647
This study examines how a case-based learning approach was used and facilitated in online business education. Perceptions of students and instructors regarding the practices of case-based learning in online environments are explored in terms of instructional design, facilitation, and technology support. This study finds case-based learning to be a valuable instructional method for online business students who practice authentic problem solving by applying what they learned. The study demonstrates that case-based learning in many of the online courses analyzed in this study was implemented in a similar way to traditional classrooms (e.g., cases in text delivery format, individual case studies, or case discussions). It addresses the issues of integration of diversified technological tools for pedagogical facilitation of case-based activities and developing multimedia cases in order to enhance student involvement and engagement in understanding contexts embedded in cases toward solutions from multifaceted aspects. (Contains 1 table.)
Lee, S.h., Lee, J., Liu, X., Bonk, C.J. & Magjuka, R.J. (2009). A Review of Case-Based Learning Practices in an Online MBA Program: A Program-Level Case Study. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 12(3), 178-190.
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