Hybrid Courses: From another perspective

Raquel de L. Lugo Vecchini, Alma I. Vega García, Yahaira Torres Rivera, Edith M. Irizarry Montero


The purpose of the study was to explore the effectiveness of the learning experiences of students taking hybrid courses at doctoral level. This study has qualitative approach and uses the strategy of focus group as a means to gather information. The information was analyzed in detail and in the process emerged four categories: hybrid mode, technological tools, virtual interaction and motivation in learning. These categories and the interpretation of the researchers provide relevant information for understanding the meaning that hybrid courses has for doctoral students. This research represents a contribution to the distance graduate programs, allowing to listen the voice of students about their experiences taking hybrid doctoral level courses


E-learning; focal group; hybrid mode; doctoral students

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