The central question in this paper is: "How to be more effective and efficient in H-mode Learning." Specifically, this paper proposes that various designs (Student's location, software, and contents at students' screens) in H mode Learning will affect the students' perceived resource availability, interaction and attention, which then impact students' academic performance and their intention to use H-mode. The research is in progress. The Memorial University of Newfoundland has currently adapted the H-mode Learning for the fall semester, September 2021. We intend to collect data from our university and plan to observe and analyze it. Researching on H-mode would give the students and the universities a better alternative to focus on and could help better the course structure and student academic outcomes. The research would pave its way for researchers in MIS to learn and explore more about the evolving method of learning.
Kumar, Dharini Suresh and Komiak, Sherrie Y. X., "Factors Affecting Student's Performance and Intention to Use Hybrid Mode Learning" (2021). SIGHCI 2021 Proceedings. 9.