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Asarta, Carlos J.; Bento, Regina; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy; Arbaugh, J. B.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Despite calls for and advances in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL) over the years, research-intensive institutions have a persistent reputation as preferring and demanding Boyer's "scholarship of discovery" at the expense of SOTL work. In this article, we challenge the dominant narrative that research-focused…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Management Development, Business Administration Education
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Arbaugh, J. B.; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Although the volume of business and management education (BME) research has expanded substantially, concerns remain about the field's legitimacy and its ability to attract new and dedicated scholars. An obstacle that may impede field development is lack of knowledge about influential works and authors to frame topical areas of inquiry and future…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Management Development, Citation Analysis, Journal Articles
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Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In this commentary, the author raises the question whether there are other pearls of wisdom from early articles of BME research that are being missed because they showed up in print too soon? Arbaugh bases his reasoning's from the 1984 article by Fiechtner and Davis ("Why Some Groups Fail: A Survey of Students' Experiences with Learning…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, College Students, Educational Research
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Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
Although the term has roots in the training and development literature, "blended learning" has only recently begun to be studied in management education. This article examines the literatures of blended and fully online management education to determine whether there are factors that may influence instructional effectiveness that are…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Blended Learning, Electronic Learning, Instructional Design
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Arbaugh, J. B.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2013
Seeking to assess the analytical rigor of empirical research in management education, this article reviews the use of multivariate statistical techniques in 85 studies of online and blended management education over the past decade and compares them with prescriptions offered by both the organization studies and educational research communities.…
Descriptors: Multivariate Analysis, Management Development, Business Administration Education, Blended Learning
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Marks, Ronald B.; Sibley, Stanley D.; Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2005
In studying online learning, researchers should examine three critical interactions: instructor-student, student-student, and student-content. Student-content interaction may include a wide variety of pedagogical tools (e.g., streaming media, PowerPoint, and hyperlinking). Other factors that can affect the perceived quality of online learning…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Online Courses, Computer Assisted Instruction, Structural Equation Models
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Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2000
Class discussions and student interaction were compared in a conventional class (n=33) and an Internet-based class using LearningSpace(R) software (n=29). No significant differences in learning or interaction quality were found. There was significantly more participation in the Internet course, particularly by women. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Conventional Instruction, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Higher Education
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Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2000
Five master's of business administration courses used various formats, including part traditional/part asynchronous activity and totally asynchronous. A survey of 88 of 108 students showed that flexibility of the medium and an interactive course environment influenced satisfaction more than ease or frequency of access. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Computer Mediated Communication, Distance Education, Educational Environment