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The Blended Learning Breakthrough

Published Wed Apr 22 2015


Do you recognize the benefits of online learning but worry about the benefits that are lost without face-to-face instruction? You are not alone! For many organizations, the ability to offer training and development programs that are completely online is not practical. Blended learning uses a diverse range of online and traditional teaching methods to offer more effective learning experiences. Whether you are delivering learning opportunities to students or a group of employees—who are balancing heavy workloads, family commitments, and business travel—organizations of all kinds have much to gain from the blended learning approach. Save your seat to learn about: the limitations of traditional or classroom modes of learning the difference between blended learning and traditional learning the impact of social media and social learning in the development of blended learning successful models of blended learning a toolkit of activities and resources that can be used for a blended learning approach.

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