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Blended learning in Undergraduate Education: The relationship between students’ perceived course interaction and their satisfaction
|Title:||Blended learning in Undergraduate Education: The relationship between students’ perceived course interaction and their satisfaction|
|Author Affiliation:||Maria Giannousi - Democritus University of Thrace|
Nicholas Vernadakis - Democritus University of Thrace
Maria Michalopoulos - Democritus University of Thrace
Eleni Zetou - Democritus University of Thrace
Efthimis Kioumourtzoglou - Democritus University of Thrace
|Abstract:||New information and communication technologies (ICTs) have provided educators and learners with an innovative learning environment to generate new paths in the learning process. In this context, new educational concepts such as blended learning are being introduced. This style of learning is usually defined as the integration of traditional classroom methods with online activities. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between students’ perceived course interaction and their satisfaction in a blended learning environment in undergraduate education. Study participants consisted of thirty-one undergraduate students. Ten of the participants were male and twenty-one were female. The participants ranged in age from 18 to 21 years old. At the end of this study, students completed a questionnaire with three sections. The first section included the students’ demographic/personal data. The second section evaluated students’ perceived e-learner satisfaction from the blended learning course and the third, students’ perceived interaction with others. The corelational analyses identified a significant positive correlation between students’ perceived course interaction and their satisfaction.|
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TCC 2011 Proceedings|
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