oa Meditari : Research Journal of the School of Accounting Sciences - Exploring a blended learning approach to improving student success in the teaching of second year accounting
|Article Title||Exploring a blended learning approach to improving student success in the teaching of second year accounting|
|© Publisher:||University of Pretoria|
|Journal||Meditari : Research Journal of the School of Accounting Sciences|
|Author||P. Prinsloo and A.A. Van Rooyen|
|Publication Date||Jan 2007|
|Pages||51 - 69|
|Keyword(s)||Access, Blended learning, Open and distance learning and UNISA|
Blended learning is the new buzzword in higher education. International trends in open and distance learning proclaim that the use of blended learning is essential for any distance education institution that wishes to remain relevant in an increasingly contested market. Blended learning refers to the use of a variety of technologies, pedagogies, contexts and delivery modes (such as online learning) to create a strategic mix that will increase student success. Online learning environments form a crucial part of any blended learning strategy. In the South African context, access to such online environments is a controversial issue.
This article reports on a study which attempted to determine how many of the students registered for Accounting at second year level at the University of South Africa (UNISA) would benefit from a blended learning approach.
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