Evaluating the Implementation of Blended Learning Models in Large Enrollment Courses (Assessment/Evaluation)

Tuesday, February 15 | 12:30PM–1:30PM | Jefferson
Session Type: Professional Development
This presentation will introduce the result of an evaluation study done on the design and implementation of blended learning models in large enrollment (300 and more students) courses. The study draws data from student surveys, focus groups, and system usage and focuses on changes in the instructional design and the impact that those changes had on student use of and satisfaction with the blended learning innovation. The presentation will also expand on design, development, and implementation of the models, with details on ways in which the face-to-face and online sections of the courses were integrated.

Learning Objectives
* Explore possible models of implementation of blended learning in large-enrollment courses.
* Discuss ways to conduct evaluation and assessment of learning models.
* Understand students' perceptions of blended learning innovations.
* Investigate the satisfaction, success, and implications of models that use or don't use lecture-capture alternatives.


  • Jill Moore-Reynen

    eLearning Specialist, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Norma Scagnoli

    Vice Provost for Learning Innovation, Illinois Institute of Technology

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