Building Courses for Nontraditional Students with Blended Learning

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The market for higher education is continuing to change, with an increasing number of students falling into the non-traditional category of 25 years old or older. The unique needs of these students are demanding that universities change their delivery methods. This change often takes the form of blended learning delivery. This paper will provide an overview of how blended learning best serves nontraditional students and how organizations can be successful in building blended learning experiences.
Jason Caudill, King University, Knoxville, USA
Jason CaudillDr. Jason Caudill serves as an Associate Professor of Business at King University in Knoxville, TN. He holds a BS in Business Administration, an MBA, and a PhD in Instructional Technology from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Caudill’s primary research interests are in online and blended learning and the management of technology.

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2 Responses to Building Courses for Nontraditional Students with Blended Learning

  1. Curtis Ho April 22, 2014 at 12:36 am #

    Conference Proceedings Paper

  2. April 22, 2014 at 12:50 am #

    2014 TCC Conference Proceedings Paper

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