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The Web-enhanced Instruction Mode: Evidence from Undergraduate Finance Graduates with Embedded Online Assessments

Business Education Innovation Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, December 2011

11 Pages Posted: 3 Jul 2011 Last revised: 19 Aug 2014

Zhuoming "Joe" Peng

University of Arkansas at Fort Smith

Date Written: November 14, 2011

Abstract

This paper examines applications of the web-enhanced instruction mode. Giving online quizzes does appear to be a better use of class seat time. Results of the embedded online assessment given in a undergraduate finance capstone course delivered by this instruction mode are analyzed. Students’ learning achievement of this newer pedagogical method is evident. Most students perceive this method as beneficial to their studies in finance. Hence, university administrators should provide encouragements and incentives for finance faculty members to use Internet-based technologies in face-to-face instructions.

Keywords: Web-enhanced Instruction Mode, Course Embedded Online Assignments, Learning Achievement

JEL Classification: G30, A29

Suggested Citation

Peng, Zhuoming "Joe", The Web-enhanced Instruction Mode: Evidence from Undergraduate Finance Graduates with Embedded Online Assessments (November 14, 2011). Business Education Innovation Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, December 2011. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1877084

Zhuoming "Joe" Peng (Contact Author)

University of Arkansas at Fort Smith ( email )

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