Blended Learning Perception among Undergraduate Engineering Students

Tatiana Krasnova, Ivan Vanushin

Abstract


Technology is constantly evolving in more sophisticated forms giving new opportunities for educators to transfer learning into virtual space. New educational technology trends are associated today with blended learning where traditional methods of teaching merge with online sessions. Blended learning with its learner-centered approach has a potential to enhance the quality of teaching and learning. Russian higher institutions embrace this technology as a strategy to engage and motivate students and thereby augment the learning process. The paper studies students’ engagement and satisfaction with the online courses and their overall perception from learners’ perspective. The findings could serve as a reference point to promote online courses and to achieve considerable educational benefits.

Keywords


Blended learning, Moodle, online course, student satisfaction

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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