Comparison of learning outcomes in the traditional and e-learning model in higher education
Keywords:e-learning, e-teaching, distance learning, learning outcomes, higher education
E-learning was a matter of personal choice, in line with individual preferences, commitments, and leisure, until two years ago. We found ourselves in a scenario where we all had to start working remotely, which had a significant impact on education as one of society's foundations. We were compelled to adopt two teaching models because of health restrictions: online and a blended hybrid model that mixes periodic face-to-face education with e-learning. Therefore, it is now critical to assess the outcomes. This paper addresses this topic, restricting its scope to the students' results and experiences. A survey is performed to assess students' perceptions of being taught online and in a hybrid model, as opposed to face-to-face, and to determine which type of learning they prefer. We investigated why two groups of students at different levels of study had such disparate survey results. The outcomes of students' midterm exams over the previous four years are analyzed to confirm the successful transformation of the traditional curriculum into an e-learning model.
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