A Comparison of a Hybrid Undergraduate Engineering Economics Course

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  • J.H. Wilck

Abstract

This paper examines the mixture of distance education students and face-to-face students in a single undergraduate class of engineering economics. The class was offered to distance education students with live recordings of the face-to-face lecture, and all students were capable of viewing the lecture recording afterwards. The results indicate that students achieved the course learning outcomes regardless of their course delivery.

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2014-06-30

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J.H. Wilck. (2014). A Comparison of a Hybrid Undergraduate Engineering Economics Course. Journal of Online Engineering Education, 5(1). Retrieved from http://onlineengineeringeducation.com/index.php/joee/article/view/61

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