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Bimodal learning: a way to adapt to students' autonomy? [r-libre/3089]

Papi, Cathia; Desjardins, Guillaume, & Tjen, Monica (Nov 2023). Bimodal learning: a way to adapt to students' autonomy?. Paper presented at 29th ICDE World Conference 2023, San José (Costa Rica).

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Status: Unpublished
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated the adoption of distance learning in education systems worldwide. This study explores factors associated with academic success in online learning, with a specific focus on learners' autonomy. The research investigates whether highly autonomous students prefer online learning in a post-secondary program, using a sample of veterinarian students in France. The study employs regression analyses to explore the relationship between students' preferences for different learning methods and their academic year. The findings reveal that as students progress in their academic journey, their preference for face-to-face diminishes in favor of bimodal training. This suggests that even highly autonomous learners benefit from a progression toward increased autonomy. The study highlights the importance of incorporating bimodal teaching in graduate training programs to cater to the preferences and needs of highly autonomous students. These findings contribute to the existing literature on distance learning preferences and offer insights for educational institutions in designing effective online learning programs.
Official URL: https://web.cvent.com/event/4ddab3a1-ec47-4a74-8b9...
Depositor: Papi, Cathia
Owner / Manager: Cathia Papi
Deposited: 10 Nov 2023 16:04
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2023 16:04

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