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The Effectiveness of Online and Blended Learning: A Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature


by Barbara Means, Yukie Toyama, Robert F. Murphy & Marianne Baki ó 2013


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 3, 2013, p. 1-47
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16882, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 9:14:40 AM
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  • Barbara Means
    SRI International
    BARBARA MEANS directs the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International. Her research focuses on the interplay between technology, education systems, and student learning. Currently, she is directing the evaluation of 48 Next Generation Learning Challenges grants that are using a range of technology-based approaches designed to improve studentsí learning experiences, and college readiness and likelihood of completion.
  • Yukie Toyama
    SRI International
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    YUKIE TOYAMA is an education researcher at SRI Internationalís Center for Technology in Learning and a doctoral student in quantitative methods and evaluation at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include educational measurement and evaluation designs. Her recent work includes evaluation and research on innovative teaching and learning practices supported by technology both in the United States and abroad.
  • Robert Murphy
    SRI International
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    ROBERT MURPHY is a senior research social scientist at SRI Internationalís Center for Technology in Learning. His research focuses on design and implementation of large-scale experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations of widely adopted educational programs and technologies. Currently he is coleading a quasi-experimental study of virtual schooling in high school and leading two other studies on the use of blended learning models in KĖ12 school settings.
  • Marianne Baki
    SRI International
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    MARIANNE BAKIA is a senior social science researcher at SRI Internationalís Center for Technology in Learning. She leads large-scale research and evaluation projects related to the use of educational technologies in public schools. Her research interests include the economic analysis of educational technologies and the support of at-risk students in online learning. Her recent work examines variations in student outcomes in online courses.
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