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A new dawn for blended learning?

Posted by Andrew Jackson on Oct 21,2009 @ 04:00 PM

The term blended learning seems to have been around for ever. It's one of those concepts that appears highly attractive and it's something that various  people and organisations have flirted with on and off for a long time, but to me, it never really seems to have taken hold. (By the way, I'd love to be proved wrong on this one - so if you are a person or organisation seriously using blended learning, I'd love to hear about it).

Also, I suspect it's one of those terms  that means different things to different people. For what it's worth, I've always thought of it as a way of bringing together e-learning and classroom training.

Perhaps part of the problem with my version of blended learning is that it aims to bring together two very different approaches to learning. Maybe it's too much to expect people with a definite preference for either e-learning or classroom training to suddenly be okay with learning from both approaches.

Topics: e-learning, e-learning software

The Future of E-Learning Development

Posted by Andrew Jackson on Jun 18,2009 @ 08:37 PM

I spent a very interesting day at the Mohive User Group on Tuesday. This is an annual get-together for users of the Mohive publishing system and Mohive partners.

Topics: e-learning