Traditional Versus Online Learning in Institutions of Higher Education: Minority Business Students’ Perceptions

Falih M. Alsaaty, Ella Carter, David Abrahams, Faleh Alshameri


For decades, scholars have debated which mode of education is superior. Some argue that online is superior and others argue that online is less effective than traditional face-to-face courses. Still others suggest that the hybrid mode (e.g., online blended with face-to-face lectures) is the most desired and productive content delivery method for students. However, students’ perceptions towards online learning as compared to traditional face-to-face learning have largely been overlooked. This paper intends to fill this void in the literature and explore minority students’ perceptions towards online learning versus traditional face-to-face modes of education in higher education.

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