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Developing a blended learning approach for the effective teaching of electronic circuit analysis / Paul Holland

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Swansea University Author: Paul Holland

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The use of modern ICT technology has revolutionized the way that universities perform their teaching and learning role. Recent high profile MOOCs have shown that e-learning approaches can attract large numbers of students to study subjects such as electronic circuits. However, high dropout rates and...

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ISBN: 978-1-4673-9555-7
ISSN: 2157-8702
Published: Bratislava, Slovakia IEEE 2016
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