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AbstractIn this paper, effectiveness of implementation of hybrid (blended) teaching/learning inmechanics and design courses is presented and discussed. Blended teaching and learninghas much been discussed and practiced with many positive experiences reported. Whatinhibits, if any, in continuing to practice and to implement this technique? Some of theseissues together with the author’s limited experiences are presented in this paper.
Echempati, R., & Sala, A. L. (2013, June), Experiences of Implementing Blended Teaching and Learning Technique in Mechanics and Design Courses Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. https://peer.asee.org/19583
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