What is blended learning, anyway?
It used to mean a mix of self-paced e-learning and classroom training. But we think the meaning of blended learning is changing - and for the better.
Why would I bother?
New-style blended learning is a more mature mix and match approach to manging content and delivery mediums. It lets you hook into the real power and benefits of new technologies to develop effective learning programmes that really deliver results.
What do I need to think about?
There are three key aspects to consider: the technologies, the content and how you blend them all together in an appropriate mix.
Want to learn more?
To learn more, read our Making Blended Learning Work whitepaper. Find out how to effectively mix delivery mediums and approaches to save money and improve performance.
This concise, easy-to-read guide covers:
- an overview of current technologies
- the pros and cons of a blended approach
- ideas for blending the technologies into an innovative learning programme, and
- an example programme with some indicative costs