Autore/i: Danila Scarozza

Co-autore/i: P. Previtali

Editore: Springer International Publishing

Tipologia Prodotto: Contributo in volume (pp. 199-217)

Titolo del Volume: Organizing in the digital economy. At the interface between social media, human behaviour and inclusion

Codice ISBN: 978-3-319-90499-3 (Print) – 978-3-319-90500-6 (Online)

Anno di Pubblicazione: 2019



Abstract: In the last decade, online education has become a fast-growing delivery method in higher education in Italy. According to data provided by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research during the academic year 2014–2015, 60,000 students were enrolled in a Telematic University, experiencing a 60% growth rate in the last five years. In this frame it is important to inquire about blended learning adoption and implementation in order to assist University leaders in changing policies that will lead to improvement of teaching and learning conditions. Using a case study and conducting a survey on online structure this paper aims: (a) to identify institutional strategy, structure, and support markers that would allow administrators to determine their progress in transitioning exploration of blended learning to implementation; (b) to understand what are the main factors affecting satisfaction of faculty involved in a blended learning experience.

Parole chiave (TAGs): Blended learning, Italian higher education, Blended learning implementation, Faculty satisfaction

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