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Numbers: Using Innovative Online Course Support Strategies to Raise College Course Enrollment

This article addresses the administrative issue of achieving satisfactory enrollment numbers in order to avoid canceling summer courses. A case study was developed to measure whether offering a single course with both online and face-to-face students would attract sufficient students to the course and whether this model would significantly alter the instructor's time commitments to the course. Student perspective was employed to help assess learning and the tool used to bridge both sections of students has been called "hybrid bridging format."

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