Traditional Versus Hybrid Courses: A Comparative Analysis

By James J. Wong.

Published by The Learner Collection

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A comparative analysis of traditional classroom format versus a hybrid format for delivery of collegiate courses derived from 5 years experience with such courses.

Keywords: Hybrid Courses, Online Education, Technology and Pedagogy

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp.163-170. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 953.783KB).

Dr. James J. Wong

First generation born in the USA. Work experiences have been about equally divided between (1) professional, as a chemical engineer, manager, executive, entrepreneur, and business consultant, and (2) academic, as a faculty member at an array of both private and public universities. Education includes a BSChE (Ohio University), MBA (Case Western Reserve University), and a Ph.D. in Business Organization (The Ohio State University). Between, 1995 to 1997 taught graduate business courses in the Pacific Rim, i.e. in Korea, Japan, Okinawa, and Guam. Since 2000 my courses within a classroom setting have been internet-enabled and paperless. Use of a hybrid format that integrates delivery of education through a combination of classroom (face-to-face) and internet (online) interactions is preferred.


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