York University’s Institute for Research on Learning Technologies is sponsoring a panel discussion on blended learning:
“A recent workplace survey reported by Brandon Hall Publishing (2008) indicates that employing a mix of web-technologies with face-to-face learning is more effective than either e-learning or face-to-face instructional approaches alone. To explore the use and potential of “blended learning” further, please join us for a panel discussion featuring experts from various fields …”
This event has been re-scheduled for April 2, 2009 at 12:15 pm in TEL 1009 at York’s Keele Campus. I anticipate a lively and interesting discussion!
(Please check the IRLT Web site for the latest updates on the event.)
Looking forward to it!
What is the perfect blend? Is there one?
Speaking of blending – have you read Disrupting Class? Details at http://disruptingclass.mhprofessional.com/apps/ab/
Reading it now – interesting so far … Perhaps I’ll post on it – eventually … Contributions welcome 🙂