Transitioning the classroom: The shift towards blended and flipped learning
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- Proceedings of the 30th International Business Information Management Association Conference, IBIMA 2017 - Vision 2020: Sustainable Economic development, Innovation Management, and Global Growth, 2017, 2017-January pp. 4581 - 4592
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© 2017 International Business Information Management Association IBIMA. All Rights Reserved. The predominant focus of eLearning information systems remains distance delivery and the blending of this distance education within the classroom. Comparatively, little work has been (or is being) undertaken to advance the use of technologies (eLearning) within the ‘classroom only’ situation as eLearning is not solely for distance education. Designing effective technologically founded, educational learning that addresses the specific needs of class-based tertiary teaching is the main contribution of this article. Having online content that actively engages students both inside and outside the classroom can only occur following the critical evaluation of the modes of content selection and delivery. Furthermore, perfecting facilitator choices into the future about what technology and content used in which capacity, including whether it is online or face-to-face, would inevitably be valuable to both the learner and the teacher.
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