Blended Learning Course Experience at Kaimosi Friends University

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2023-10
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Commonwealth of Learning (COL)
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In 2019, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) supported Kaimosi Friends University (KAFU), previously known as Kaimosi Friends University College (KAFUCO), in adopting a technology-enabled learning (TEL) policy, with the main aim of improving the quality of learning outcomes and fostering innovations. In the 2020/2021 academic year, nine Moodle-based blended courses from three different departments were developed and implemented on the Moodle learning management system. This report presents the findings of a survey amongst students enrolled in those courses.

The outcome of this study is intended to assist the university with improving students’ satisfaction with blended courses and their appreciation of information and communication technologies’ significance in teaching. The results make clear that KAFU students had no trouble with using the relevant technologies. In addition, students found the courses relevant, they were satisfied with their course experiences, and they were confident about doing well when using a blended delivery mode.

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Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL),Blended Learning,Learner Perceptions
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Kenya
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Africa
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