Sep 25, 2008
- Shalin Hai-Jew, Instructional Designer
Blended (hybrid) learning is sometimes seen as the transition point between face-to-face (F2F) and purely online learning. This approach combines both F2F learning activities with online ones in a creative, rich-learning mix. See how blended learning strategies may enhance learning, student collaboration, course accessibility, learner convenience, informational security, student retention, classroom community building and rich learner assessment. See how to build multi-use resources. Bring course syllabi to set up blending strategies and sequences for your own course(s).