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Blended Knowledge Management Course @ National Changhua University of Education

Abstract: Recently, Blended Learning has been proven the most effective and cost-effective in teaching at school. Quite a few experts in education emphasize that Blended Learning embodies the best of both worlds in hi-tech digital learning and the traditional one, which involves students in network learning without lacking interaction and participation with others. The main purpose of this study was to probe the effectiveness of blended learning in Knowledge Management course. The blended learning combines online and face-to-face learning settings to help learners learn. The methods combine direct observation, questionnaire and LMS system logs for applying data triangulation validation. The procedure are collecting the direct observation data at whole semester courses and then questionnaire interviewing all students to get their thoughts and finally analyzing the system logs to help explanation of the quantity results.

Keywords: blended learning; direct observation; higher education; knowledge management

Chun-Liang Chen, Tsang-Lang Liang: Blended Knowledge Management Course in Higher Education. Procedia Engineering, Volume 15, 2011, Pages 4152–4156 (CEIS 2011)

(cc) BY NC ND Elsevier B.V.

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Tags: "OER", blended learning, direct observation, face-to-face learning, higher education, KM course, knowledge management, Knowledge sharing platform, learning management system, National Changhua University of Education, network learning, online learning, teaching KM

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