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Title: HyFlex learning research and practice: A longitudinal analysis
Authors: Wong, Billy T. M. 
Li, Kam Cheong 
Dr. CHAN Hon-Tung, Thomas 
Cheung, Simon K. S. 
Issue Date: 2023
Source: Sustainability, 2023, Vol. 15(12), pp. 9699.
Journal: Sustainability 
Abstract: This paper presents a longitudinal study analysing the literature on the hybrid and flexible mode of learning (HyFlex learning) in terms of its research and practice over the past decade. A total of 84 articles published between 2013 and 2022 were collected from Scopus for analysis, covering their changes in publication patterns, research issues, features of practices, benefits, and challenges, as well as the recommendations given in the articles along the years. The results show a sharp increase in publications since 2018. Relevant work was primarily carried out at the tertiary level of education, with an emphasis on issues in respect of teachers’ and students’ perceptions, experiences, and behaviours in HyFlex learning. Most of the practices were mediated by technologies, which were primarily used for course delivery, course management, and in-class/off-class communication. The recommendations made in the literature cover the roles of teachers and institutions as well as relevant support, which are noted to have an impact on the effective implementation of HyFlex learning. The findings contribute to providing an overview of the longitudinal development and current state of HyFlex learning as well as insights into its future development in both research and practice.
Type: Peer Reviewed Journal Article
ISSN: 2071-1050
Appears in Collections:English Language & Literature - Publication

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