A Comparison of Student Academic Performance in Online, Blended, and Face-to-face Programs/Courses at a Caribbean University

Natoya L. Thompson, Fatima College of Health Sciences


This study aimed to investigate the effects of three different learning modes–online, blended, and face-to-face–on student course performance. Performance was measured by achievement (grades). This study compared student grades in classes taught using each of these delivery methods. This study was designed to serve as a foundation for evaluating student outcomes in open-admission courses that are components of the program for earning a Bachelor of Education degree in a multicultural educational institution.

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