Mixed-Mode Course Design and Delivery
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The student learning experience is undergoing an unprecedented transformation as the integration of technology becomes a major consideration when accessing delivery options. This paper will review the work of researchers as they explore the application of technology to learning. The model that is analyzed is the mixed-mode, hybrid, or blended learning that combines traditional face-to-face classroom time with significant online activities and resources. Perceptions of both students and instructors will be considered in conjunction with the theoretical support for this type of course delivery. Finally, the paper outlines the benefits of this model and the major considerations for design and implementation.