From face-to-face to blended learning using ICT
Hakala, I., & Myllymäki, M. (2016). From face-to-face to blended learning using ICT. In EDUCON 2016 : Proceedings of 2016 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (pp. 409-418). IEEE. IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference. https://doi.org/10.1109/EDUCON.2016.7474586
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This study examines the development of the education model created in connection with the Master Studies in Mathematical Information Technology. The model has developed from the first stage, where there was only face-to-face teaching supported with Learning Management System, to a stage where studying is possible also fully in online and students may choose themselves how much to take advantage of technology in their studies. The examination of the development of the education model is made from the viewpoints of accessibility, increased role of technology and interaction. In earlier studies, the education model has been evaluated for example from the viewpoints of changes in the participation rate and learning results, and the results have been positive. These viewpoints, in addition to describing the development path, will be highlighted in this study.
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