Differences in Student Evaluations from Hybrid and Traditional Courses
Hybrid courses contain online elements in combination with reduced in-class seat time. This study examines differences in student evaluations from hybrid and traditional sections of an introductory course in economic and business statistics. In our hybrid course, face-to-face lectures are replaced with online lectures and class periods are conducted as question-answer and practice sessions. We find strong evidence that students mark down evaluation scores in the hybrid versus traditional format. Markdowns occur across all dimensions of the evaluation instrument.
||Differences in Student Evaluations from Hybrid and Traditional Courses
Journal of Economics and Finance Education (Jan, 2011)
||Asarta, Carlos J; Schmidt, James R
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|Schmidt, James R||Economics