Perceptions of Asynchronous Blended Learning among Female ESL Students in a Saudi University
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This mixed-method research investigated the effectiveness of asynchronous blended learning in developing English language skills amongst female higher education students in Saudi Arabia. The investigation tools included a survey for the quantitative phase and interviews for the qualitative phase. The findings showed that students had a comparatively high level of satisfaction with asynchronous e-learning. This teaching and learning method contributed to positive outcomes in terms of learning English and developing an autonomous learning style.
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