Students' learning experience in flipped classes using social media
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- Americas Conference on Information Systems 2018: Digital Disruption, AMCIS 2018, 2018
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© 2018 Association for Information Systems. All rights reserved. The current work aims at deploying Facebook as a social media site to improve students' learning experience with the flipped learning materials through implementation of a socially enabled peer and self-learning environment. Provided the body of literature on poor students' experience in flipped classes, the paper implements an experiment comparing the online quizzes and Facebook to improve students' experience with the online materials in flipped classes. The study looks at the students' perceptions. The paper provides recommendations to the instructors on how to use Facebook to improve students' experience with the flipped materials. This study also motivates teaching practitioners in Information Systems to improve flipped learning by using social networking sites in their courses.
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