Learning Achievement of Selected HRM Topics in an MBA Program: Impacts of Preference
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Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management (IBAM) Conference
This study compared “on ground ” vs. e-based learning and student learning styles to determine if there were any differences in learning achievement of selected HRM topics. Non-traditional MBA students were the research subjects. The sample was less than expected because of a high dropout rate among e-based students. The main conclusion of the research was that learning style had more of an impact than instructional modality.
Preziosi, Robert; Barnes, F. Barry; Rivers, E.; and Gooden, Doreen J., "Learning Achievement of Selected HRM Topics in an MBA Program: Impacts of Preference" (2000). HCBE Faculty Presentations. 47.
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